|Teaching Staff in Charge|
|Lect. POPOVICI Nicolae, Ph.D., email@example.com|
This course is an introduction in multicriteria decision theory from multicriteria optimization perspective; it also presents some practical techniques for solving several particular classes of multicriteria optimization problems.
Binary relations (of preference, domination, or other type) and associated concepts of optimality. Efficient and compromise decisions. Necessary and sufficient conditions for efficiency. Utility functions. Existence of value functions and techniques for constructing value functions. Domination structures in linear spaces (induced by a constant cone or a set-valued mapping). Methods for solving special classes of vector optimization problems (scalarization, parametric and heuristic methods).|
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