Multiple objective optimization for systems with addition–min fuzzy relational inequalities
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Fuzzy relational inequalities with addition–min composition have been proposed to model the data transmission mechanism in a BitTorrent-like peer-to-peer file-sharing system. In this paper, we consider a multiple objective optimization problem which allows system manager to consider three objectives (system congestion, cost, and penalty) simultaneously. A quadratic program is then proposed for finding its efficient solutions. Numerical examples are given to illustrate the procedures of the quadratic programming approach.
KeywordsFuzzy relational inequalities Addition–min composition Network congestion Cost of transmission Penalty cost Quadratic programming approach
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