### Table 1: The specific settings for each of the ZDT test functions used in this study, and comments on their Pareto optimal fronts. All objective functions are to be minimised.

2003

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### Table 1: The specific settings for each of the ZDT test functions used in this study, and comments on their Pareto optimal fronts. All objective functions are to be minimised.

2003

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### Table 7. Properties of the WFG problems. All WFG problems are scalable, have no extremal nor medial parameters, have dissimilar parameter domains and Pareto optimal tradeofi magnitudes, have known Pareto optimal sets, and can be made to have a distinct many-to-one mapping from the Pareto optimal set to the Pareto optimal front by scaling the number of position parameters.

2005

### Table 2: Effect of function g on the test problem. Function g#28x m+1 ;:::;x N #29 (#3E0), say n = N , m Controls search space lateral to the Pareto-optimal front Type Example and Effect

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### Table 1: Distribution of genotypically and phenotypically different solutions in the Pareto-optimal front with same values in both objectives. n1;BBs refers to the number of k-bit partitions (substructures) with 1s and n0;BBs is the number of k-bit partitions with 0s.

2005

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### Table 1. Details of interesting NNs from the \meta Pareto front quot;. The rst three approximate Pareto optimal solutions were found with selection method (A), all other with variant (B).

2004

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### Table 2. Pareto-Optimal Solutions

"... In PAGE 17: ...ow, we continue with the next possible resource allocation, i.e., P1. Due to space limitations, we only present the results. The set of Pareto-optimal so- lutions for this example is shown in Table2 . At the beginning, our search space consisted of 225 design points.... ..."

### Table 5. Aerodynamic coe cients and endurance factor values for selected Pareto optimal solutions

"... In PAGE 8: ... Figure 8 shows selected Pareto front airfoils and the laminar-turbulent pressure distributions. Table5 lists the coe cients of lift and drag for the selected solutions contained in the Pareto front. Interesting trade-o s between fully turbulent and laminar-turbulent designs can be understood through this Pareto front.... ..."

### Table 3. Example design configurations of Example 1

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"... In PAGE 15: ...he knee region (Das, 1999; Branke et al., 2004) are presented as good compromises. The knee is formed by those solutions of the Pareto-optimal front where a small improvement in one objective would lead to a large deterioration in at least one other objective. Table3... ..."

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