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SOME PROPERTIES FOR FUZZY CHANCE CONSTRAINED
PROGRAMMING
Convexity theory and duality theory are important issues in math-
ematical programming. Within the framework of credibility theory, this paper
rst introduces the concept of convex fuzzy variables and some basic criteria.
Furthermore, a convexity theorem for fuzzy chance constrained programming
is proved by adding some convexity conditions on the objective and constraint
functions. Finally, a duality theorem for fuzzy linear chance constrained pro-
gramming is proved.
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Convexity theorem
Duality theorem
Fuzzy variable
Chance con-
strained programming
Xiaohu
Yang
yxh12@163.com
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Department of Statistics, Xi'an University of Finance and Economics,
Xi'an 710061, China
Department of Statistics, Xi'an University of Finance and Economics,
Xi'an 710061, China
Department of Statistics, Xi'an University of Finance and Economics,
Xi'an 710061, China
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
ALGORITHMS FOR BIOBJECTIVE SHORTEST PATH
PROBLEMS IN FUZZY NETWORKS
We consider biobjective shortest path problems in networks with
fuzzy arc lengths. Considering the available studies for single objective shortest
path problems in fuzzy networks, using a distance function for comparison of
fuzzy numbers, we propose three approaches for solving the biobjective prob-
lems. The rst and second approaches are extensions of the labeling method to
solve the single objective problem and the third approach is based on dynamic
programming. The labeling methods usually producing several nondominated
paths, we propose a fuzzy number ranking method to determine a fuzzy short-
est path. Illustrative examples are worked out to show the eectiveness of our
algorithms.
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Biobjective shortest path
Fuzzy network
Labeling method
Dynamic
programming
Fuzzy ranking methods
Iraj
Mahdavi
irajarash@rediffmail.com
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Department of Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University of Sci-
ence & Technology, Babol, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University of Sci-
ence & Technology, Babol, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University of Sci-
ence & Technology, Babol, Iran
AUTHOR
Nezam
Mahdavi-Amiri
nezamm@sharif.edu
true
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Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Sharif University of Tech-
nology, Tehran, Iran
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Sharif University of Tech-
nology, Tehran, Iran
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Sharif University of Tech-
nology, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Shahrbanoo
Nejati
nejati sh@yahoo.com
true
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Department of Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University
of Science & Technology, Babol, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University
of Science & Technology, Babol, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University
of Science & Technology, Babol, Iran
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
A FUZZY MINIMUM RISK MODEL FOR THE RAILWAY
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROBLEM
The railway transportation planning under the fuzzy environment
is investigated in this paper. As a main result, a new modeling method, called
minimum risk chance-constrained model, is presented based on the credibility
measure. For the convenience ofs olving the mathematical model, the crisp
equivalents ofc hance functions are analyzed under the condition that the
involved fuzzy parameters are trapezoidal fuzzy variables. An approximate
model is also constructed for the problem based on an improved discretization
method for fuzzy variables and the relevant convergence theorems. To
obtain an approximate solution, a tabu search algorithm is designed for the
presented model. Finally, some numerical experiments are performed to show
the applications ofthe model and the algorithm.
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Minimum risk model
Railway transportation planning
Credibility
measure
Discretization method
Lixing
Yang
lxyang@bjtu.edu.cn
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1
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing
Jiaotong University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing
Jiaotong University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing
Jiaotong University, Beijing 100044, China
LEAD_AUTHOR
Xiang
Li
xiang-li04@tsinghua.edu.cn
true
2
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
AUTHOR
Ziyou
Gao
gaoziyou@jtys.bjtu.edu.cn
true
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State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
AUTHOR
Keping
Li
likeping@jtys.bjtu.edu.cn
true
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State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiaotong
University, Beijing 100044, China
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
MEAN-ABSOLUTE DEVIATION PORTFOLIO SELECTION
MODEL WITH FUZZY RETURNS
In this paper, we consider portfolio selection problem in which
security returns are regarded as fuzzy variables rather than random variables.
We first introduce a concept of absolute deviation for fuzzy variables and
prove some useful properties, which imply that absolute deviation may be
used to measure risk well. Then we propose two mean-absolute deviation
models by defining risk as absolute deviation to search for optimal portfolios.
Furthermore, we design a hybrid intelligent algorithm by integrating genetic
algorithm and fuzzy simulation to solve the proposed models. Finally, we
illustrate this approach with two numerical examples.
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Uncertainty modelling
Fuzzy variable
Fuzzy portfolio selection
Credibility theory
Hybrid intelligent algorithm
Zhongfeng
Qin
qin@buaa.edu.cn, qzf05@mails.thu.edu.cn
true
1
School of Economics and Management, Beihang University, Beijing
100191, China
School of Economics and Management, Beihang University, Beijing
100191, China
School of Economics and Management, Beihang University, Beijing
100191, China
AUTHOR
Meilin
Wen
wenmeilin@buaa.edu.cn
true
2
School of Reliability and Systems Engineering, Beihang University,
Beijing 100191, China
School of Reliability and Systems Engineering, Beihang University,
Beijing 100191, China
School of Reliability and Systems Engineering, Beihang University,
Beijing 100191, China
LEAD_AUTHOR
Changchao
Gu
guchangchao@gamil.com
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3
Sinopec Management Institute, Beijing 100012, China
Sinopec Management Institute, Beijing 100012, China
Sinopec Management Institute, Beijing 100012, China
AUTHOR
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Multi-objective stochastic programming for portfolio selection},
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{it A fuzzy goal programming approach to portfolio selection}, Eur.
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J. Oper. Res., {bf 133} (2001), 287-297.
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deviation portfolio optimization model and its applications to Tokyo
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principle for fuzzy variables}, Int. J. Uncertain. Fuzz., {bf
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model for portfolio selection with fuzzy returns}, Eur. J. Oper.
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Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2007.
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programming with fuzzy parameters}, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, {bf
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bibitem{liu and liu 2002} B. Liu and Y. Liu, {it Expected value of fuzzy variable and
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%mean-variance-skewness model for portfolio selection with
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bibitem{ykliu1} Y. Liu, {it Convergent results about the use of fuzzy simulation in fuzzy optimization
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the mean vairance model versus the mean absolute deviation model},
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portfolio optimization under downside risk measures}, Fuzzy Sets and
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Systems, {bf 158} (2007), 769-782.
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bibitem{Yang 1} L. Yang, K. Li and Z. Gao, {it Train timetable
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problem on a single-line railway with fuzzy passenger demand}, IEEE
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T. Fuzzy Syst., {bf 17} (2009), 617-629.
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problem and algorithm}, Appl. Soft Comput., {bf 7} (2007), 879-889.
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bibitem{Yang 3} L. Yang, Z. Gao and K. Li, {it Railway
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freight transportation planning with mixed uncertainty of randomness
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and fuzziness}, Appl. Soft Comput., {bf 11} (2011), 778-792.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
FUZZY TRAIN ENERGY CONSUMPTION MINIMIZATION
MODEL AND ALGORITHM
Train energy saving problem investigates how to control train's
velocity such that the quantity of energy consumption is minimized and some
system constraints are satis ed. On the assumption that the train's weights
on different links are estimated by fuzzy variables when making the train
scheduling strategy, we study the fuzzy train energy saving problem. First, we
propose a fuzzy energy consumption minimization model, which minimizes the
average value and entropy of the fuzzy energy consumption under the maximal
allowable velocity constraint and traversing time constraint. Furthermore, we
analyze the properties of the optimal solution, and then design an iterative
algorithm based on the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions. Finally, we illustrate
a numerical example to show the effectiveness of the proposed model and
algorithm.
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Energy consumption
Train scheduling
Karush-Kuhn-Tucker condi-
tions
Fuzzy variable
Xiang
Li
xiang-li04@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn
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State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiao-
tong University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiao-
tong University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiao-
tong University, Beijing 100044, China
LEAD_AUTHOR
Dan
Ralescu
ralescd@uc.edu
true
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Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincin-
nati, Ohio 45221, USA
Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincin-
nati, Ohio 45221, USA
Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincin-
nati, Ohio 45221, USA
AUTHOR
Tao
Tang
ttang@bjtu.edu.cn
true
3
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiao-
tong University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiao-
tong University, Beijing 100044, China
State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijing Jiao-
tong University, Beijing 100044, China
AUTHOR
[1] Y. Bai, B. Mao, F. Zhou, Y. Ding and C. Dong,Energy-ecient driving strategy for freight trains based on power consumption analysis, Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology,9(3) (2009), 43-50.
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[4] S. Eati and H. Roohparvar,The minimization of the fuel costs in the train transportation,Applied Mathematics and Computation,175 (2006), 1415-1431.
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[6] P. Howlett,The optimal control of a train, Annals of Operations Research, 98 (2000), 65-87.
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[7] P. Howlett, P. Pudney and X. Vu,Local energy minimization in optimal train control, Au-tomatica,45(11)(2009), 2692-2698.
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[8] K. B. Khan and X. S. Zhou,Stochastic optimization model and solution algorithm for ro-bust double-track train-timetabling problem, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems,11(1)(2010), 81-89.
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[9] E. Khmelnitsky,On an optimal control problem of train operation, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,45(7) (2000), 1257-1266.
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[11] X. Li and B. Liu,A sucient and necessary condition for credibility measure, Internationa Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness & Knowledge-Based Systems,14(5) (2006), 527-535.
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[12] P. Li and B. Liu,Entropy of credibility distributions for fuzzy variables, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems,16(1) (2008), 123-129.
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[13] B. Liu and Y. Liu,Expected value of fuzzy variable and fuzzy expected value models, IEEETransactions on Fuzzy Systems,10(4) (2002), 445-450.
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[14] R. Liu and I. M. Golovitcher,Energy-ecient operation of rail vehicles, Transportation Research Part A,37(2003), 917-932.
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[15] M. Miyatake and H. Ko,Optimization of train speed pro le for minimum energy consumption,IEEJ Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Engineering,5 (2010), 263-269.
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[16] L. Yang, K. P. Li and Z. Y. Gao,Train timetable problem on a single-line railway with fuzzy passenger demand, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, 17(3)(2009), 617-629.
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[17] L. Yang, Z. Y. Gao and K. P. Li,Passenger train scheduling on a single-track or partially double-track railway with stochastic information, Engineering Optimization, 42(11) (2010),1003-1022.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
FLUENCE MAP OPTIMIZATION IN INTENSITY MODULATED
RADIATION THERAPY FOR FUZZY TARGET DOSE
Although many methods exist for intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) fluence map optimization for crisp data, based on clinical practice, some of the involved parameters are fuzzy. In this paper, the best fluence maps for an IMRT procedure were identifed as a solution of an optimization problem with a quadratic objective function, where the prescribed target dose vector was fuzzy. First, a defuzzyingprocedure was introduced to change the fuzzy model of the problem into an equivalent non-fuzzy one. Since the solution set was nonconvex, the optimal solution was then obtained by performing a projection operation in applying the gradient method. Numerical simulations for two typical clinical cases (for prostate and head-and-neck cancers, each for two patients) are given.
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IMRT
Singed distance
Triangular fuzzy number
Gradient method
Alireza
Fakharzadeh Jahromi
a_ fakharzadeh@sutech.ac.ir
true
1
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Omolbanin
Bozorg
o.bozorg@gmail.com
true
2
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
AUTHOR
Hamidreza
Maleki
maleki@sutech.ac.ir
true
3
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
AUTHOR
Mohamad Amin
Mosleh-Shirazi
mosleh_amin@hotmail.com
true
4
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Fars,
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Fars,
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Fars,
AUTHOR
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optimization in intensity-modulated radiation therapy}, Ph. D. thesis, Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics,
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Rice University, April 2006.
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approach to optimal planning of intensity modulated therapy for
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therapy treatment planning}, Physics in Medicine and Biology, {bf 48} (2003), 3521-3542.
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distance}, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, {bf 116} (2000), 275-288.
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bibitem{Yin Zhang} Y. Zhang and M. Merrit, {it Dose-volume-based IMRT fluence optimization: a fast
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leastsquares approach with differentiability}, Linear Algebra and
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
COALITIONAL GAME WITH FUZZY PAYOFFS AND
CREDIBILISTIC SHAPLEY VALUE
Coalitional game deals with situations that involve cooperations among players, and there are different solution concepts such as the core,the Shapley value and the kernel. In many situations, there is no way to predict the payoff functions except for the expert experiencesand subjective intuitions, which leads to the coalitional game with fuzzy payoffs. Within the framework of credibility theory, this paper employstwo credibilistic approaches to define the behaviors of players under fuzzy situations. Correspondingly, two variations of Shapley value areproposed as the solutions of the coalitional game with fuzzy payoffs. Meanwhile, some characterizations of the credibilistic Shapley valueare investigated. Finally, an example is provided for illustrating the usefulness of the theory developed in this paper.
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Coalitional game
Shapley value
Fuzzy variable
Credibility measure
Jinwu
Gao
jgao@ruc.edu.cn
true
1
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of
China, Beijing 100872, China
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of
China, Beijing 100872, China
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of
China, Beijing 100872, China
LEAD_AUTHOR
Q.
Zhang
zqw2002@163.com
true
2
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of
China, Beijing 100872, China
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of
China, Beijing 100872, China
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of
China, Beijing 100872, China
AUTHOR
P.
Shen
shenpuchen@163.com
true
3
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of China,
Beijing 100872, China
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of China,
Beijing 100872, China
Uncertain Systems Lab, School of Information, Renmin University of China,
Beijing 100872, China
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