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t. The Steady State variants of the MultiObjective Covariance
Matrix Adaptation Evolution Strategy (SSMOCMAES) generate one
oﬀspring from a uniformly selected parent. Some other parental selection
operators for SSMOCMAES are investigated in this paper. These operators involve the deﬁnition of multiobjective rewards, estimating the
expectation of the oﬀspring survival and its Hypervolume contribution.
Two selection modes, respectively using tournament, and inspired from
the MultiArmed Bandit framework, are used on top of these rewards.
Extensive experimental validation comparatively demonstrates the merits of these new selection operators on unimodal MO problems
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