Adaptive decomposition-based evolutionary approach for multiobjective sparse reconstruction
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- Information Sciences, 2018, 462 pp. 141 - 159
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© 2018 Elsevier Inc. This paper aims at solving the sparse reconstruction (SR) problem via a multiobjective evolutionary algorithm. Existing multiobjective evolutionary algorithms for the SR problem have high computational complexity, especially in high-dimensional reconstruction scenarios. Furthermore, these algorithms focus on estimating the whole Pareto front rather than the knee region, thus leading to limited diversity of solutions in knee region and waste of computational effort. To tackle these issues, this paper proposes an adaptive decomposition-based evolutionary approach (ADEA) for the SR problem. Firstly, we employ the decomposition-based evolutionary paradigm to guarantee a high computational efficiency and diversity of solutions in the whole objective space. Then, we propose a two-stage iterative soft-thresholding (IST)-based local search operator to improve the convergence. Finally, we develop an adaptive decomposition-based environmental selection strategy, by which the decomposition in the knee region can be adjusted dynamically. This strategy enables to focus the selection effort on the knee region and achieves low computational complexity. Experimental results on simulated signals, benchmark signals and images demonstrate the superiority of ADEA in terms of reconstruction accuracy and computational efficiency, compared to five state-of-the-art algorithms.
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