GP-GN: An approach certain to large-scale, multiobjective integer programming models
Ignizio, James P.
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A large number of real world problems may be characterized via a multiobjective integer mathematical programming model. However, the solution to truly large-scale problems of such a type has been a difficult task. In this paper, we present a hybrid approach, combining generalized goal programming and generalized networks, for the modeling of such problems. Once such a model has been developed, it may then be possible to employ the solution procedures of generalized networks to efficiently obtain a solution particularly if the resultant hybrid model is, fundamentally, a multiobjective generalized network.
NPS Report NumberNPS55-82-033
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