I have to build a pareto frontier on the movielens data set using NSGA-II algorithm. Can anyone help me out how to do it and what inputs to be given?

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Mar 24 in Python by anonymous
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You can find the explanation and implementation of the NSGA-II Algorithm on the below-mentioned github link, using this pre-implemented algorithmic model you can build the pareto frontier

https://github.com/haris989/NSGA-II
answered Mar 28 by Anmol
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