Improving the computational efficiency in a global formulation (GLIDE) for interactive multiobjective optimization

@article{Ruiz2012ImprovingTC,
  title={Improving the computational efficiency in a global formulation (GLIDE) for interactive multiobjective optimization},
  author={Francisco Ruiz and Mariano Luque and Kaisa Miettinen},
  journal={Annals of Operations Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={197},
  pages={47-70}
}
In this paper, we present a new general formulation for multiobjective optimization that can accommodate several interactive methods of different types (regarding various types of preference information required from the decision maker). This formulation provides a comfortable implementation framework for a general interactive system and allows the decision maker to conveniently apply several interactive methods in one solution process. In other words, the decision maker can at each iteration… 

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