MOEA Framework 2.1
API Specification

org.moeaframework.problem.CEC2009
Class CF9

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.moeaframework.problem.AbstractProblem
      extended by org.moeaframework.problem.CEC2009.CF9
All Implemented Interfaces:
Problem

public class CF9
extends AbstractProblem

The constrained CF9 test problem from the CEC 2009 special session and competition.


Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from class org.moeaframework.problem.AbstractProblem
numberOfConstraints, numberOfObjectives, numberOfVariables
 
Constructor Summary
CF9()
          Constructs a CF9 test problem with 10 decision variables.
CF9(int numberOfVariables)
          Constructs a CF9 test problem with the specified number of decision variables.
 
Method Summary
 void evaluate(Solution solution)
          Evaluates the solution, updating the solution's objectives in place.
 Solution newSolution()
          Returns a new solution for this problem.
 
Methods inherited from class org.moeaframework.problem.AbstractProblem
close, finalize, getName, getNumberOfConstraints, getNumberOfObjectives, getNumberOfVariables
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

CF9

public CF9()
Constructs a CF9 test problem with 10 decision variables.


CF9

public CF9(int numberOfVariables)
Constructs a CF9 test problem with the specified number of decision variables.

Parameters:
numberOfVariables - the number of decision variables
Method Detail

evaluate

public void evaluate(Solution solution)
Description copied from interface: Problem
Evaluates the solution, updating the solution's objectives in place. Algorithms must explicitly call this method when appropriate to evaluate new solutions or reevaluate modified solutions.

Parameters:
solution - the solution to be evaluated

newSolution

public Solution newSolution()
Description copied from interface: Problem
Returns a new solution for this problem. Implementations must initialize the variables so that the valid range of values is defined, but may leave the actual value at a default or undefined state.

Returns:
a new solution for this problem

MOEA Framework 2.1
API Specification

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