A fuzzy linear fractional programming approach to design of distribution networks
"This paper studies the distribution network design problem considering the uncertain information in the demand, capacities, costs and prices in a multi-product environment and multiple periods. We consider a fractional objective function that consist in maximize the ratio between total profit and total cost. We use a model that integrates a facility location problem with a distribution network problem with fuzzy constraints, technological coefficients, and costs. To solve the problem, we use a method that transform the fuzzy linear fractional programming model in an equivalent multi-objective linear fractional programming problem to calculate the upper, middle and lower bounds of the original problem. © 2018, Springer Nature Switzerland AG."
Costs ; Electric power distribution ; Fuzzy sets ; Linear programming ; Mathematical transformations ; Product design ; Facility location problem ; Fuzzy-constraint ; Linear fractional programming ; Multi objective ; Multi-products ; Network design problems ; Objective functions ; Uncertain informations ; Problem solving ; Distribution network ; Fuzzy linear fractional programming ; Fuzzy sets ; Linear fractional programming ;
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