Fuzzy Multi Objective Linear Programming Problem with Imprecise Aspiration Level and Parameters

Zahra Shahraki, Mehdi Allahdadi, Hassan Mishmast Nehi

Abstract


This paper considers the multi-objective linear programming problems with fuzzygoal for each of the objective functions and constraints. Most existing works deal withlinear membership functions for fuzzy goals. In this paper, exponential membershipfunction is used.

Keywords


Fuzzy ecient solution, fuzzy multi-objective linear programming, Pareto optimal solution

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11121/ijocta.01.2015.00210

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