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Stochastic multi-objective optimization: a survey on non-scalarizing methods

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Stochastic multi-objective optimization: a survey on non-scalarizing methods
Abstract. Currently, stochastic optimization on the one hand and multi-objective optimization on the other hand are rich and well-established special fields of Operations Research. Much less developed, however, is their intersection: the analysis of decision problems involving multiple objectives and stochastically represented uncertainty simultaneously. This is amazing, since in economic and managerial applications, the features of multiple decision criteria and uncertainty are very frequently co-occurring. Part of the existing quantitative approaches to deal with problems of this class apply scalarization techniques in order to reduce a given stochastic multi-objective problem to a stochastic single-objective one. The present article gives an overview over a second strand of the recent literature, namely methods that preserve the multi-objective nature of the problem during the computational analysis. We survey publications assuming a risk-neutral decision maker, but also articles a...
Walter J. Gutjahr, Alois Pichler
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Type Journal
Year 2016
Where ANOR
Authors Walter J. Gutjahr, Alois Pichler
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