MULTI-PURPOSE MODELS AND METHODS IN THE DECISION-MAKING OF THE SELECTION OF VEHICLES

UDC 681.3

A. A. Plotnikov


The paper discusses the solution of the problem of selection and allocation of vehicles as a multi-purpose tasks. The approaches are proposed to multi-purpose optimization of transport tasks, as well as methods for overcoming problems of multi-alternativeness of the solutions being generated. The general mathematical model is formed of choice and its decomposition into static and dynamic optimization models – choice and allocation of vehicles for the synthesized systems and their interactions. The conditions are formed of existence of coherent solutions. It is shown that the efficiency of the applied method to the solution of the problem depends on the subjective qualities of decision-makers who are searching.

Keywords: : multi-purpose transportation problem, vector optimization, Pareto-optimal solution of the resource problem, the dynamic modeling.

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