Random-Like Multiple Objective Decision Making

Random-Like Multiple Objective Decision Making

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What are the random-like phenomena that can be found everywhere in real-life world? When carrying out a random sampling survey on the traffic situation, we often obtain some descriptive results such as approximately expedite, a little crowded and so on, therefore, the average level should be regarded as the random fuzzy phenomenon, which is one of the random-like phenomena. Decision makers usually need to make the decision for these problems with random-like phenomena. Which model should be constructed for them? How should we handle these models to find the optimal strategy? How can we apply these models to solve real-life problems with random-like phenomena? In order to answer these questions, this book provides an up-to-date methodology system 5MRP for random-like multiple objective decision making, which includes problem system with random-like phenomena, model system with random-like coefficients, research system with random-like uncertain methods. Some practical applications are also provided to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed methodology system. Researchers, practitioners and students in systems science, economics, mathematics, information, engineering and MS/OR will get a lot of useful references from this research monograph.2 3 1 1 2 3 5 1 4 Suppliers Plants DCs 7140 7604 9528 6904 8949 9111 (4300, 4500, 4700) 4645 2645 341 3324 3145 ... If we consider a given budget, with regard to the number of DCs opened, we make the following observations. ... However, since the total cost and customer service levels are often conflicting, how to handle multi-objective programming depends on the decision-makera#39;s objectives.

Title:Random-Like Multiple Objective Decision Making
Author:Jiuping Xu, Liming Yao
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-03-25


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