On Solutions of Possibilistic Multi- objective Quadratic Programming Problems

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ISSR Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

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In this paper, a multi- objective quadratic programming (Poss- MOQP) problem with possibilistic variables coefficients matrix in the objective functions is studied. Through the use of level sets the Poss- MOQP problem is converted into the corresponding deterministic multi- objective quadratic programming ( MOQP) problem and hence into the single parametric quadratic programming problem using the weighting method. An extended possibly efficient solution is specified. A necessary and sufficient condition for finding such a solution is established. A relationship between the solutions of possibilistic levels is constructed. Numerical example is given in the sake for the paper to clarify the obtained results.

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