|Title:||Interactive Algorithm for Multiobjective Optimization
|Authors:||Elerner E. Rosinger
|Abstract:||A man-machine interactive algorithm is given for solving a multiobjective optimization problem involving one decision maker. The algorithm, a modification of the Frank-Wolfe steepest ascept method, gives at each step a significant freedom for the decision maker's self expression requiring a minimal information on his estimate of the steepest ascent. The convergence of the interactive. algorithm is proved under rather general assumptions on the convergence and stability of the basic Frank-Wolfe algorithm.|
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