Approximation with a Fixed Number of Solutions of Some Biobjective Maximization Problems

@inproceedings{Bazgan2011ApproximationWA,
  title={Approximation with a Fixed Number of Solutions of Some Biobjective Maximization Problems},
  author={Cristina Bazgan and Laurent Gourv{\`e}s and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Monnot},
  booktitle={WAOA},
  year={2011}
}
We investigate the problem of approximating the Pareto set of biobjective optimization problems with a given number of solutions. This task is relevant for two reasons: (i) Pareto sets are often computationally hard so approximation is a necessary tradeoff to allow polynomial time algorithms; (ii) limiting explicitly the size of the approximation allows the decision maker to control the expected accuracy of approximation and prevents him to be overwhelmed with too many alternatives. Our purpose… 
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