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Characterizing solutions of rough programming problems. (English) Zbl 1077.90085
Summary: In this paper we define a new kind of mathematical programming problems. This kind, in which the decision set is a rough set, is called a rough programming problem. A rough optimal solution and a rough saddle point will be characterized. Some illustrative examples are presented.

90C99Mathematical programming
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