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Decisions in the real-world contexts are often made in the presence of multiple, conflicting, and incommensurate criteria. Multiobjective programming methods such as multiple objective linear programming MOLP are techniques used to solve such multiple-criteria decision-making MCDM problems. One of the first interactive procedures to solve MOLP is(More)
Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is a linear programming approach for measuring relative efficiency of peer decision making units that have multiple inputs and outputs. DEA was developed without consideration of the decision maker's preference structures. DEA and multiple objective linear programming are tools that can be used in management control and(More)
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