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Maximal United Utility Degree Model for Fund Distributing in Higher School
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Maximal United Utility Degree Model for Fund Distributing in Higher School
Zhang, Xingfang; Meng, Guangwu;
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 Abstract
The paper discusses the problem of how to allocate the fund to a large number of individuals in a higher school so as to bring a higher utility return based on the theory of uncertain set. Suppose that experts can assign each invested individual a corresponding nondecreasing membership function on a close interval I according to its actual level and developmental foreground. The membership degree at the fund is called utility degree from fund x, and product (minimum) of utility degrees of distributed funds for all invested individuals is called united utility degree from the fund. Based on the above concepts, we present an uncertain optimization model, called Maximal United Utility Degree (or Maximal Membership Degree) model for fund distribution. Furthermore, we use nondecreasing polygonal functions defined on close intervals to structure a mathematical maximal united utility degree model. Finally, we design a genetic algorithm to solve these models.
 Keywords
Uncertain Programming;Membership Function;Utility Degree;Higher School;
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English
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