On Efficient Solutions to Multiple Objective Mathematical Programs
This note develops properties of quasi-efficient solutions and explores interrelationships to the classical concept of efficiency. In particular, a point is a quasi-efficient solution to a multiple objective mathematical program if and only if it is an optimal solution to a scalar maximum problem for some set of nonnegative weights on the objectives. This result is then used to characterize the set of quasi-efficient solutions as the union of efficient solutions to a multiple objective problem over all nonempty subsets of the objectives.
Volume (Year): 30 (1984)
Issue (Month): 11 (November)
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