Reference point method with importance weighted ordered partial achievements

@inproceedings{Ogryczak2011ReferencePM,
  title={Reference point method with importance weighted ordered partial achievements},
  author={W lodzimierz Ogryczak and Bartosz Kozłowski},
  year={2011}
}
The Reference Point Method (RPM) is a very convenient technique for interactive analysis of the multiple criteria optimization problems. The interactive analysis is navigated with the commonly accepted control parameters expressing reference levels for the individual objective functions. The partial achievement functions quantify the DM satisfaction from the individual outcomes with respect to the given reference levels, while the final scalarizing achievement function is built as the augmented… CONTINUE READING
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