Multi-Objective Geometric Programming and Its Application in an Inventory Model
In this chapter, first the general multi-objective geometric programming problem is defined, then Pareto optimality, the fuzzy geometric programming technique to solve a multi-objective geometric programming problem is discussed, and finally a multi-objective marketing planning inventory problem is explained and formulated. Numerical examples are given for the inventory problem in a multinational soft drink manufacturing company.
Key wordsMulti-objective geometric programming fuzzy sets inventory Pareto optimality posynomial function
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