An ellipsoidal distance-based search strategy of ants for nonlinear single and multiple response optimization problems
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- Bera, Sasadhar & Mukherjee, Indrajit, 2016. "A multistage and multiple response optimization approach for serial manufacturing system," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 248(2), pages 444-452.
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KeywordsMetaheuristics; Continuous ant colony optimization; Multiple response; Mahalanobis distance;
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