New conditions for testing necessarily/possibly efficiency of non-degenerate basic solutions based on the tolerance approach
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KeywordsMultiobjective interval linear programming; Necessarily efficient solutions; Possibly efficient solutions; Tolerance approach; Sensitivity analysis;
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