### About this book

In mathematical modeling of processes one often encounters
optimization problems involving more than one objective function, so
that Multiobjective Optimization (or Vector Optimization) has received
new impetus. The growing interest in multiobjective problems, both
from the theoretical point of view and as it concerns applications to
real problems, asks for a general scheme which embraces several
existing developments and stimulates new ones. In this book the
authors provide the newest results and applications of this quickly
growing field. This book will be of interest to graduate students in
mathematics, economics, and engineering, as well as researchers in
pure and applied mathematics, economics, engineering, geography, and
town planning. A sound knowledge of linear algebra and introductory
real analysis should provide readers with sufficient background for
this book.
Written for:

Graduate mathematics students, research mathematicians