A comparative study of Multi-Objective Algorithms for the Assembly Line Balancing and Equipment Selection Problem under consideration of Product Design Alternatives
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KeywordsMulti-Objective Optimisation; Assembly Line Design Problem; Evolutionary Algorithm; Swarm intelligence;
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