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## Multi-Criteria Scheduling Optimization Using Fuzzy Logic (1998)

Venue: | IEEE Int Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics |

Citations: | 5 - 0 self |

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Citation Context ...rast to the conventional definitions. Fuzzy constraints, fuzzy goals and fuzzy decision. We start by reviewing the fundamentals of fuzzy decision making as they were first set by Bellman and Zadeh in =-=[1]-=- in which three basic concepts were introduced: fuzzy goal, fuzzy constraint, and fuzzy decision. In the following section we introduce the framework of decision making in a fuzzy environment. Let X b... |

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Citation Context ...of constraints was addressed from several aspects. Yager [7] argues that ranking or weighting of objectives can be achieved by linear ordering, intervals, relative ratios, or absolute rating. Fargier =-=[3]-=- took a similar approach to Yager and proposed to order constraints with respect to each other by giving them priority degree. Yager's [7] approach is slightly different in that he does not use number... |

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Citation Context ...: We assume that the planner cannot assign absolute weights to objectives, but can only compare pairs of objectives according to limited vocabulary. We can then apply the procedure developed by Saaty =-=[9]-=- to compute the absolute importance factors for each objective from paired comparisons between objectives. Basically, to compute absolute importance factors for m objectives, we pairwise compare these... |

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Citation Context ...ist of the last m moves (Glover mentions m = 7 as typical) and not to allow them to be repeated while they remain on the list. First approaches of tabu search have investigated the whole neighborhood =-=[10]-=-, however in realistic industrial applications this is not possible. Simulated Annealing Simulated annealing is an optimization method based on ideas from statistical physics where the annealing of a ... |

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Citation Context ...raditional (crisp) way by assigning numerical weights, or by using linguistic terminology with fuzzy set theory. The problem of the importance of constraints was addressed from several aspects. Yager =-=[7]-=- argues that ranking or weighting of objectives can be achieved by linear ordering, intervals, relative ratios, or absolute rating. Fargier [3] took a similar approach to Yager and proposed to order c... |

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