Fuzzy Unconstrained Modified Geometric Programming Problem
The theory of modified geometric programming (MGP) was first proposed in 2005 by S. Islam and T. K. Roy. There are many references to applications and methods of MGP in the research paper by Roy and Islam, but they developed the problem under crisp environment.
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