Multiple Criteria Optimization: State of the Art Annotated Bibliographic Surveys / Edition 1

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Overview

With the ever rapidly increasing rate of publications in the area and the development of subfields, these were mostly devoted to particular aspects of multicriteria optimization: Multiobjective Integer Programming, Multi-objective Combinatorial Optimization, Vector Optimization, Multiobjective Evolutionary Methods, Applications of MCDM, MCDM Software, Goal Programming. Hence the need for a comprehensive overview of the literature in multicriteria optimization that could serve as a state of the art survey and guide to the vast amount of publications. Multiple Criteria Optimization: State of the Art Annotated Bibliographic Surveys is precisely this book. Experts in various areas of multicriteria optimization have contributed to the volume. The chapters in this book roughly follow a thread from most general to more specific. Some of them are about particular types of problems (Theory of Vector Optimization, Nonlinear Multiobjective Programming, Fuzzy Multiobjective Programming, Multiobjective Combinatorial Optimization, Multicriteria Scheduling Problems), while the others are focused on multi-objective methodologies (Goal Programming, Interactive Methods, Evolutionary Algorithms, Data Envelopment Analysis). All contributing authors invested great effort to produce comprehensive overviews and bibliographies and to have references that are as precise as possible.

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"Each chapter deals with a particular aspect of multicriteria optimization and is written by specialists in their field. … Each chapter of this volume is understandable without reading a previous part of this book. … A lot of special and actual aspects are presented in detail … . this book is a comprehensive overview of MCDM problems and corresponding literature, especially of contributions since 1990. This reference book on multicriteria optimization can be highly recommended to students and researchers … ." (Andreas Kleine, OR-News, March, 2005)

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Table of Contents

List of Figures. List of Tables.
Preface; R.E. Steuer.
Introduction; M. Ehrgott, X. Gandibleux. References.
1. Theory of Vector Optimization; C. Tammer, A. Göpfert.
2. Nonlinear Multiobjective Programming; T. Tanino, H. Kuk.
3. Goal Programming in the Period 1990-2000; D.F. Jones, M. Tamiz.
4. Fuzzy Multiobjective and Multilevel Optimization; M. Sakawa.
5. Interactive Nonlinear Multiobjective Procedures; K. Miettinen.
6. Evolutionary Algorithms and Multiple Objective Optimization; C.A. Coello, C.E.M. Romero.
7. Data Envelopment Analysis in Multicriteria Decision Making; H. Nakayama, et al.
8. Multiobjective Combinatorial Optimization; M. Ehrgott, X. Gandibleux.
9. Multicriteria Scheduling Problems; V. T'Kindt, J.-C. Billaut.
Index.

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