Min-Max Goal Programming Approach For Solving Multi-Objective De Novo Programming Problems

@inproceedings{Umarusman2013MinMaxGP,
  title={Min-Max Goal Programming Approach For Solving Multi-Objective De Novo Programming Problems},
  author={Nurullah Umarusman},
  year={2013}
}
 Despite being an important approach for establishing an optimal system, De Novo Programming, does not have its unique general solution algorithm. Especially when multi-objective problems are discussed in the light of De Nova hypothesis, the solving method directs decision maker to different solutions. The De Novo Programming model suggested in our study includes De Novo Programming and Min-max Goal Programming approaches and uses positive and negative ideals. Problem-solving phases of the… CONTINUE READING

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