hw10 - f(1) f(2) b & c) Using solution.txt we...

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1. b) University of Disneyland is not dominated by anyone (because there exists criteria in which it does better than all other schools) and also dominates Space Cadet Academy in every criteria and thus dominates that school. Bedlam College is not dominated by anyone (because there are criteria in which it does better than all other schools). It does not dominate any school. Hard Knocks U is not dominated by anyone (because of the same reasons given for Bedlam College and University of Disneyland). It does not dominate any school. Space Cadet Academy is dominated by University of Disneyland. It does not dominate any school. Since the University of Disneyland, Bedlam College, and Hard Knocks U are not dominated by anyone, these three schools form the Pareto-Optimal set. 2. a) 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 Pareto Front
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Unformatted text preview: f(1) f(2) b & c) Using solution.txt we computed the mean and standard deviation of weight (f(1)) and deflection (f(2)) : Weight Deflectio n Mean 1.3710 0.6264 Standard Deviation 0.8699 0.6327 d) We know that our Pareto optimal curve on the previous page shows solutions to the minimization problem that are not dominated by any other solution. A comparison of any two solutions in the graph would show that one of the objective functions is lower for solution A and the other objective function is lower for solution B. Therefore, it is not possible to say which solution is the best solution to our minimization problem. We know our Pareto curve shows a collection of very good solutions, but we cannot proclaim one of them to be the best. 3. See next page for solutions:...
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