Enhanced Pareto Interpolation Method to Aid Decision Making for Discontinuous Pareto Optimal Fronts

@inproceedings{Bhattacharjee2017EnhancedPI,
  title={Enhanced Pareto Interpolation Method to Aid Decision Making for Discontinuous Pareto Optimal Fronts},
  author={Kalyan Shankar Bhattacharjee and Hemant Kumar Singh and Tapabrata Ray},
  booktitle={Australasian Conference on Artificial Intelligence},
  year={2017}
}
Multi-criteria decision making is of interest in several domains such as engineering, finance and logistics. It aims to address the key challenges of search for optimal solutions and decision making in the presence of multiple conflicting design objectives/criteria. The decision making aspect can be particularly challenging when there are too few Pareto optimal solutions available as this severely limits the understanding of the nature of the Pareto optimal front (POF) and subsequently affects… 

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