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Title: A review of interactive methods for multiobjective integer and mixed-integer programming
Authors: Alves, Maria João 
Clímaco, João 
Keywords: Integer programming; Multiple objective programming; Interactive methods
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: European Journal of Operational Research. 180:1 (2007) 99-115
Abstract: This paper makes a review of interactive methods devoted to multiobjective integer and mixed-integer programming (MOIP/MOMIP) problems. The basic concepts concerning the characterization of the non-dominated solution set are first introduced, followed by a remark about non-interactive methods vs. interactive methods. Then, we focus on interactive MOIP/MOMIP methods, including their characterization according to the type of preference information required from the decision maker, the computing process used to determine non-dominated solutions and the interactive protocol used to communicate with the decision maker. We try to draw out some contrasts and similarities of the different types of methods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/5489
Rights: openAccess
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