Fuzzy Multiple Objective Linear Programming
In this chapter, first a literature review on the fuzzy multi-objective linear programming (FMOLP) and then its mathematical modeling with an application is given. FMOLP is one of the multi-objective modeling techniques most frequently used in the literature. The possible values of the parameters in FMOLP are imprecisely or ambiguously known to the experts. Therefore, it would be more appropriate for these parameters to be represented as fuzzy numerical data that can be represented by fuzzy numbers.
Key wordsMultiple objectives linear programming interactive approximation algorithm
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