Introduction to Goal Programming
This book is designed to provide students, faculty and researchers a perspective and review of the total body of published goal programming (GP) research to date. The objective of this book is to present a comprehensive overview of goal programming methodology and applications, past and present, as they are reflected in journal publications and books. It is assumed that readers will have some basic knowledge of GP. With the exception of this chapter, the remaining chapters in this book are fairly independent of each other and can be referenced or read independently of the others.
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