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Generalized fractional programming duablity: a ratio game approach

  • S. Chandra (a1), B. D. Craven (a2) and B. Mond (a3)

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A ratio game approach to the generalized fractional programming problem is presented and duality relations established. This approach suggests certain solution procedures for solving fractional programs involving several ratios in the objective function.

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