Efficient Alternatives Generation

Efficient alternatives generation methods are techniques to generate efficient (nondominated) alternatives. The most often used methods for tackling spatial multicriteria problems are the weighting method and the constraint method. A common feature of these techniques is that they transform the multicriteria decision problem into a single-criterion form to generate one efficient solution, and then, by parametric variation of the single-criterion problem, the complete set or a subset of efficient solutions can be generated.

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