Contribution of Fuzzy Minimal Cost Flow Problem by Possibility Programming

Sara Fanati Rashidi, Abbas Ali Noora


Using the concept of possibility proposed by zadeh, luhand- jula ([4,8]) and buckley ([1]) have proposed the possibility programming. The formulation of buckley results in nonlinear programming problems. Negi [6]re-formulated the approach of Buckley by the use of trapezoidal fuzzy numbers and reduced the problem into fuzzy linear programming problem. Shih and Lee ([7]) used the Negi approach to solve a minimum cost flow problem, whit fuzzy costs and the upper and lower bound. In this paper we shall consider the general form of this problem where all of the parameters and variables are fuzzy and also a model for solving is proposed.


Flow network, fuzzy, possibility program- ming, optimization, linear programming

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