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Hybrid fuzzy-linear programming approach for multi-criteria decision making problems

  title={Hybrid fuzzy-linear programming approach for multi-criteria decision making problems},
  author={Sonja Petrovic-Lazarevic and Ajith Abraham},
The purpose of this paper is to point to the usefulness of applying a linear mathematical formulation of fuzzy multiple criteria objective decision methods in organising business activities. In this respect fuzzy parameters of linear programming are modelled by preference-based membership functions. This paper begins with an introduction and some related research followed by some fundamentals of fuzzy set theory and technical concepts of fuzzy multiple objective decision models. Further a real… 
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