Optimization Test Problems

## Installation

The test problems are uploaded to the PyPi Repository.

pip install pymop

## Usage

# numpy arrays are required as an input
import numpy as np

# first import the specific problem to be solved
from pymop.dtlz import DTLZ1

# initialize it with the necessary parameters
problem = DTLZ1(n_var=10, n_obj=3)

# evaluation function returns by default two numpy arrays - objective function values and constraints -
# as input either provide a vector
F, G = problem.evaluate(np.random.random(10))

# or a whole matrix to evaluate several solutions at once
F, G = problem.evaluate(np.random.random((100, 10)))

# if no constraints should be returned
F = problem.evaluate(np.random.random((100, 10)), return_constraints=0)

# if only the constraint violation should be returned - vector of zeros if no constraints exist
from pymop.welded_beam import WeldedBeam

problem = WeldedBeam()
F, CV = problem.evaluate(np.random.random((100, 4)), return_constraints=2)

## Problems

In this package single- as well as multi-objective test problems are included.

• Single-Objective:

• Ackley

• BNH

• Griewank

• Knapsack

• Schwefel

• Sphere

• Zakharov

• Multi-Objective:

• DTLZ 1-7

• ZDT 1-6

• Carside Impact

• BNH

• Kursawe

• OSY

• TNK

• Welded Beam

## Implementation

All problems are implemented to efficiently evaluate multiple input points at a time. Therefore, the input can be a n x m dimensional matrix, where n is the number of points to evaluate and m the number of variables.

## Contact

Feel free to contact me if you have any question: blankjul@egr.msu.edu

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