This volume constitutes the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Multi-Objective Programming and Goal Programming: Theory a Appli cations (MOPGP'02) held in Nara, Japan on June 4-7, 2002. Eighty-two people from 16 countries attended the conference and 78 papers (including 9 plenary talks) were presented. MOPGP is an international conference within which researchers and prac titioners can meet and learn from each other about the recent development in multi-objective programming and goal programming. The participants are from different disciplines such as Optimization, Operations Research, Math ematical Programming and Multi-Criteria Decision Aid, whose common in terest is in multi-objective analysis. The first MOPGP Conference was held at Portsmouth, United Kingdom, in 1994. The subsequent conferenes were held at Torremolinos, Spain in 1996, at Quebec City, Canada in 1998, and at Katowice, Poland in 2000. The fifth conference was held at Nara, which was the capital of Japan for more than seventy years in the eighth century. During this Nara period the basis of Japanese society, or culture established itself. Nara is a beautiful place and has a number of historic monuments in the World Heritage List. The members of the International Committee of MOPGP'02 were Dylan Jones, Pekka Korhonen, Carlos Romero, Ralph Steuer and Mehrdad Tamiz.Theoretical and applied aspects of using convex polyhedral cones in multicriteria programming and decision making are explored. Pointed and non- pointed cones are examined and applications of pointed cones to model decision makera#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Multi-Objective Programming and Goal Programming|
|Author||:||Tetsuzo Tanino, Tamaki Tanaka, Masahiro Inuiguchi|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003-04-14|