New Developments in Multiple Objective and Goal Programming
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Dylan Jones, Mehrdad Tamiz, Jana Ries, "New Developments in Multiple Objective and Goal Programming"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 3642103537 | PDF | pages: 173 | 4.5 mb
This volumecomprisesthe proceedingsof the 8th InternationalConferenceon M- tiple Objective and Goal Programming: Theories and Applications (MOPGP08). ThisconferencewasheldinPortsmouth,UnitedKingdomonthe24th-26thSept- ber 2008. The conference was attended by 59 delegates. The countries represented were Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Kuwait, Poland, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States. The MOPGP conference series is now a well-established discussion forum for practitioners and academics working in the eld of multiple objective and goal p- gramming. Conferences are held every 2 years, with previous conferences taking place in Portsmouth,UK in 1994;in Malaga,Spainin 1996;in QuebecCity, Canada in 1998; in Ustron, Poland in 2000; in Nara, Japan in 2002; in Hammamet, Tunisia in 2004; and in Tours, France in 2006. The selection of papers published in this volume re ects the breadth of the techniques and applications in the eld of multiple objective and goal progr- ming. Applications from the elds of supply chain management, nancial portfolio selection, nancial risk management, insurance, medical imaging, sustainability, nurse scheduling, project management, and the interface with data envelopment analysis give a good re ection of current usage. A pleasing variety of techniques are used, including models with fuzzy, group-decision, stochastic, interactive, and binary aspects. Additionally, two papers from the upcoming area of multi-objective evolutionary algorithms are included. As organisersof the MOGP08 conference, we thank all the participants and p- senters at the conference for helping the MOPGP series to continue to de ne and develop the state-of-the-artin the eld of multiple objective and goal programming.
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