In this paper we examine the design and implementation issues relating to the search process for a solution to an interactive multiobjective linear optimization problem (MOLP). A solution methodology proposed by Dror and Gass is employed. The primary objective of the design process is to investigate the advantages of using interactive graphics in the presentation of alternative solutions and to direct the solution search. We find several features useful, including three-dimensional perspective views, graph animation, interactive highlighting, and interactive detail inspection.
- Decision support
- Multi-criteria decision making
- Multiobjective linear programming
- Presentation graphics
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computational Mathematics
- Applied Mathematics