Bilevel Linear Programming with Fuzzy Parameters

  title={Bilevel Linear Programming with Fuzzy Parameters},
  author={Farhad Hamidi and Hassan Mishmast Nehi},
Bilevel linear programming is a decision making problem with a two-level decentralized organization. The “leader” is in the upper level and the “follower”, in the lower. Making a decision at one level affects that at the other one. In this paper, bilevel linear programming with inexact parameters has been studied and a method is proposed to solve a fuzzy bilevel linear programming using interval bilevel linear programming. 

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