Multiobjective Geometric Programming
As shownin Chapter 6, problems leading to geometric programming models arise very often, not only in engineering design but also in economics and management science.Referring to the introductory discussion in Chapter 7, it seems obvious to include geometric programming problems with several objectives in our consideration. A nonlinear model of environmental control from Section 7.1.6 provides one example and will be analyzed in Section 9.3.
KeywordsDual Variable Damage Cost Multiobjective Optimization Problem Geometric Programming Environmental Investment
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References and Further Reading
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- A. P. Mastenbroek and P. Nijkamp, A spatial environmental model for an optimal allocation of investments, in P. Nijkamp, ed., Environmental Economics, Vol.2: Methods, Nijhoff Social Sciences, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1976.Google Scholar