Linear Programming with Words
Linear programming is the part of operational research, which is most widely used in practical applications. There are many classical algorithms in this domain (the most important one is the well known simplex method) and many new ones, together with corresponding software, are being developed for specific applications, which often solve problems of enormous dimensions.
KeywordsDecision Maker Membership Function Fuzzy Number Verbal Statement Linear Programming Problem
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