Multiple Objective Programming Support
This paper gives a brief introduction into multiple objective programming support. We will overview basic concepts, formulations, and principles of solving multiple programming problems.To solve those problems requires the the intervention of a decision-maker. That's why behavioral assumptions play an important role in multiple objective programming. Which assumptions are made affects which kindof support is given to adecision maker. We will demonstrate how a free search type approach can be used to solve multiple objective programming problems.
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