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Interactive multicriteria methods and agricultural planning


Interactive multicriteria methods and agricultural planning
Interactive multicriteria methods and agricultural planning

P. Arias

Affiliation: Departamento de Economía y Ciencias Sociales Agrarias. E.T.S.I.A. (UPM). Madrid.

Biography: Not available

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P. Arias

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Publication year: 1990

Language: Spanish, with summary in English

Subjects: Agricultural, Economics

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The aim of this issue is to propose alternative crops plants in irrigated farms for La Campiña (Guadalajara. Spain). A decisional model with four objectives (risk, gross margin, employment and mechanization) and ninety nine constraints is proposed. The interactive multicriteria methods which have been examined are: STEM, Displaced Ideal, Geoffrion et al. (G.D.F.), Belenson-Kapur, Zionts-Wallenius, Steuer, Surrogado (S.W.T.), Satisfactory goals, Interactive Sequential Goal Programming (I.S.G.P.), and Interactive Multiple Goal Programming (I.M.G.P.). These methods are applied to different farm sizes.

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Physical Description : 130p.; 17X24.

ISBN: 84-7498-371-1

ISSN: 0214-0322

Publication: Madrid : Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA), 1990

Reference INIA: CE34

Other data of interest: NIPO: 252-90-016-6

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