Methodology of Hierarchical Multiobjective Optimization and its Use in the Planning of Agricultural Development
Part of the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems book series (LNE, volume 337)
From among the mathematical models applied for development of the various branches of the national economic planning, the multilevel (hierarchical) models represent a big model-family.
KeywordsFeasible Solution Hierarchical Model Pareto Optimal Solution Agricultural Development Biomass Utilization
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