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Granular Computing

, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp 125–142 | Cite as

A rough multi-objective genetic algorithm for uncertain constrained multi-objective solid travelling salesman problem

  • Samir Maity
  • Arindam Roy
  • Manoanjan Maiti
Original Paper

Abstract

This paper addresses a rough multi-objective genetic algorithm (R-MOGA) to solve constrained multi-objective solid travelling salesman problems (CMOSTSPs) in rough, fuzzy rough and random rough environments. In the proposed R-MOGA, “3- and 5-level linguistic-based rough age oriented selection” and “adaptive crossover” are used along with a new generation-dependent mutation. In the present study, the age of each chromosome is termed as 3-level by young, middle and old and 5-level by very young, young, middle, old and very old. Here, we model the CMOSTSP with travelling costs and times as two objectives and a constraint for route risk/discomfort factors. The costs, times and risk/discomfort are rough, fuzzy rough and random rough in nature. To test the efficiency, combining same size single objective problems from standard TSPLIB, the results of such multi-objective problems are obtained by the proposed algorithm, simple MOGA and NSGA-II are compared. Moreover, a statistical analysis (analysis of variance) is carried out to show the supremacy of the proposed algorithm.

Keywords

CMOSTSP Rough set-based selection Adaptive crossover Generation-dependent mutation R-MOGA 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This research article is supported by University Grant Commission of India by Grant number PSW-150/14-15(ERO).

Supplementary material

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Operations Management GroupIndian Institute of Management CalcuttaCalcuttaIndia
  2. 2.Contai P. K. CollegePurba MedinipurIndia
  3. 3.Applied Mathematics with Oceanology and Computer ProgrammingVidyasagar UniversityMidnapurIndia

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