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Advanced Mathematical treatment of least squares in economic applications
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1979-06)
Economic theory typically specifies exact functional relationships among its variables which do not hold in reality. A main task of econometric theory, indeed, is to provide a bridge between the exact relationships of ...
The generation of all efficient extreme points for a multiple objective linear program
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1980-06)
It has frequently been argued that the traditional approximation of multiple goals of the decision models by a single crition is either inappropriate or incorrect. In reality, decision situation is characterized by a series ...
On a multiobjective transportation problem
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1981-04)
For some practical problems, the conventional transportation problem which usually minimizes only the total cost of transportation, become of no benefit to the real situation. For example, high way motor carriers, although ...
A method for local and global minimization of concave function under linear consraints
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1981-02)
Global optimization involves solving mathematical programming problems that may have distinct local optima. In this paper, I present a method for locating a global minimum (maximum) of a concave (convex) function subjected ...
A multiobjective optimization model for the new cities and settlements of Sinai
(The Institute of National Planning, 1988-10)
Selecting tracts of land fo development settlements, reaction of towns, industrial parks, air field or many other uses may be considered as a land allocation problem.
A programming method for Quasi and explicitly Quasi-concave minimum programming problem
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1981-03)
In the fifties, the theory of nonlinear programming was almost limited to problems in which the consraints and the objective functions were convex. In the sixties, it was gradually recognized that for most of the theorems ...