Multi-objective optimization in formation tasks of leather and fur materials
Keywords:compromise area, optimization task, physical and chemical processes, leather and fur materials
The comparative analysis of the efficiency of different ways to obtain a compromise solution in the multi-objective constrained optimization tasks has been conducted. The analysis was performed for a number of innovative technologies of leather and fur materials forming.
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