A neural network to solve quadratic programming problems with fuzzy parameters
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In this paper, a representation of a recurrent neural network to solve quadratic programming problems with fuzzy parameters (FQP) is given. The motivation of the paper is to design a new effective one-layer structure neural network model for solving the FQP. As far as we know, there is not a study for the neural network on the FQP. Here, we change the FQP to a bi-objective problem. Furthermore, the bi-objective problem is reduced to a weighting problem and then the Lagrangian dual is constructed. In addition, we consider a neural network model to solve the FQP. Finally, some illustrative examples are given to show the effectiveness of our proposed approach.
KeywordsQuadratic programming problem with fuzzy parameters Neural network model Fuzzy mapping Bi-objective problem Weighting problem
The authors wish to express our special thanks to the anonymous referees and editor for their valuable suggestions.
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