Matrix Games with Fuzzy Goals and Fuzzy Linear Programming Duality
A two person zero-sum matrix game with fuzzy goals is shown to be equivalent to a primal-dual pair of fuzzy linear programming problems. Further certain difficulties with similar studies reported in the literature are also discussed.
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