Fuzzy Constrained Geometric Programming Problem
Duffin et al. (1967) put a foundation stone to solve extensive variety of engineering problems by creating fundamental theories of geometric programming and its application in their book. Geometric programming infers its name from its close association with geometrical ideas since the method depends on inequality of geometric and their properties that relate with products and sums of positive numbers. The use of geometric inequality has additionally been exceptionally helpful in the development of the condensation technique for posynomial problems.
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