**ISBN:** 0387567720

**Author:** Hisashi Tanizaki

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Springer Verlag (September 1, 1993)

**Category:** Mathematics

**Subcategory:** Science

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Author: Hisashi Tanizaki Associate Professor Faculty of Economics, Kobe University Rokkodai, Nadaku, Kobe 657, Japan.

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Most practical applications of multicriteria decision making can be formulated in terms of efficient points determined by preference cones with polyhedral closure. Using linear approximations and duality from mathematical programming, we characterize a family of supporting hyperplanes that define the efficient facets of a set of alternatives with respect to such preference cones.

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This book addresses production and inventory management problems where products can be replaced by specified substitutes. Depending on the considered application, substitutions can potentially improve the service level, reduce required safety stocks and total setup costs and times, utilize cost variations of input products, and reduce the amount of wastage. The main focus is the development of graphical modeling approaches for substitution options and of production planning models based on these approaches using mathematical programming

Table of Contents: Introduction. State-Space Model in Linear Case. Monte-Carlo Experiments. Prediction and Smoothing. Summary and Concluding Remarks.

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