Random fuzzy bilevel linear programming through possibility-based value at risk model

Abstract

This article considers bilevel linear programming problems where random fuzzy variables are contained in objective functions and constraints. In order to construct a new optimization criterion under fuzziness and randomness, the concept of value at risk and possibility theory are incorporated. The purpose of the proposed decision making model is to optimize… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13042-012-0126-4

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