A Fuzzy Mathematical Programming Approach to Transportation
In the past three decades, linear, nonlinear, dynamic, integer and multicriteria programming have been used very successfully to solve various traffic and transportation problems. Typical problems include assigning traffic in a network, distributing personnel to jobs, distributing transport facilities to carry out planned schedules, and planning fleet development and transportation-location tasks. Their solutions can be found using one of the mathematical programming methods.
KeywordsFuzzy Number Triangular Fuzzy Number Fuzzy Linear Programming Fare Class Route Candidate
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