A Kind of New Algorithm to Solve the Multi-Objective Traveling Salesman


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Abstract


A kind of new approximate algorithms by “attractor” is designed to solve the multi-objective traveling salesman problem, which can improve algorithm principle analysis. The main idea of this paper is trying to illustrates a kind of new approximate algorithm’s thought about its application to deal with some objective problem through analysis to cite example.
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Subring; Attractor; Approximate Method; Feasible Pareto-Solution

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