Aclassification Multiobjective Programming Solving Technâ€¹Ques
Multiobjective programming has been one of the fastest growing areas of Operation Research . Multiobjective programming is a mathematical programming, a way of considering multiple objectives explicitly and simultaneously in a multiobjective programming framework. As most optimizations problems are multiobjective to their nature, there are many methods avaliable to tackle these kind of problems. Multiobjective problems are discussed in terms of advantages and disadvantages of the four general approaches(articulation of the decision makerâ€™s preference structure over the multiple objectives prior to, during, or after the optimization) towards multiobjective programming. The aim of this study is to classify the solving techniques developed for solving multiobjective programming problems. The techniques discessed in this study have been considered in methodolojical aspects the detailed analysis of solution techniques have not been included.
Volume (Year): 8 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
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