Applying interactive fuzzy multi-objective linear programming to transportation planning decisions

@inproceedings{Liang2006ApplyingIF,
  title={Applying interactive fuzzy multi-objective linear programming to transportation planning decisions},
  author={Tien-Fu Liang},
  year={2006}
}
In real-world transportation planning decision (TPD) problems, input data or related parameters are frequently imprecise/fuzzy owing to incomplete or unobtainable information. This work presents a novel interactive fuzzy multi-objective linear programming (i-FMOLP) model for solving TPD problems with multiple fuzzy objectives. The proposed i-FMOLP model attempts to minimize simultaneously the total production and transportation costs and the total delivery time with reference to available… CONTINUE READING

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