Interactive Decision Maps, with an Example Illustrating Ocean Waste Management Decisions
Interactive Decision Maps are introduced and illustrated with an ocean waste disposal example, requiring difficult pollution-cost tradeoffs. Interactive Decision Maps are a tool for quickly displaying various decision maps for three or more decision-relevant criteria. They are based on the Generalized Reachable Sets (GRS) approach developed in Russia. Animation of decision maps is also possible. Integration of Interactive Decision Maps with Pareto Race, a free search Multiple Objective Linear Programming procedure, is proposed.
KeywordsMultiple Objective Linear Programming Nondominated Set Ocean Waste Management
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