Scalarization and the Interface with Decision Makers in Interactive Multi Objective Linear Programming
Interactive multi-objective linear programming methods are based on three different types of scalarizing functions. In this note we discuss the amount of information to be given by decision makers for each of these types. We show that in many methods the ability of a decision maker to oversee a large number of stimuli is overestimated.
KeywordsDecision Maker Interactive Method Linear Programming Method Goal Variable Multiple Objective Linear Programming
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