Feasible Alternative

Constraints impose limitations on the set of alternatives being considered in a decision process. An alternative is feasible if it satisfies all constraints. Alternatives that do not meet the constraints are referred to as infeasible (or unacceptable).

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Malczewski 1999, p. 148


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Keith Reynolds

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