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Models for comparison of technical systems by a vector performance criterion

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Abstract

Models of technical systems with possible deviations in their characteristics are constructed. Solvability of the corresponding vector optimization problems is proved. An analog of the scalarization method is developed for this case.

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Translated from Vychislitel'naya i Prikladnaya Matematika, No. 55, pp. 114–118, 1985.

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Kurilin, B.I., Golodnyak, V.A. Models for comparison of technical systems by a vector performance criterion. J Math Sci 58, 92–94 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01099408

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Keywords

  • Performance Criterion
  • Vector Optimization
  • Technical System
  • Scalarization Method
  • Vector Optimization Problem