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Test Questions in Past Few Years Question 5 The yellow region is for the goals. Those meet all the goals will fall inside. To build the table using Fonseca and Fleming approach with goal attainment, you should consider three cases (see the notes). Case 1: F(Ia) meets none of goals F(Ia) is preferable to F(Ib) ( ) ( ) b p a I F I F < C2 meets none of goals and falls in this case. C2 is better than chromosomes that are within the red region, because of “partially less than”. (Note: Here, it is asking whether C2 is better than someone, instead of someone is better than C2)
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Case 2: F(Ia) meets all of goals F(Ia) is preferable to F(Ib) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) V I F I F I F b b p a < ~ C3, C4 and C6 fall in this case because they meet all the goals. Now takes C3 as an example. - It is better than chromosomes in the blue shaded region because the chromosomes resided there cannot meet some of the goals. Therefore it is better than C1, C2, C5.
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