Financial Planning with Fractional Goals

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Goedhart, Marc; Spronk, Jaap;

textabstractWhen solving financial planning problems with multiple goals by means of multiple objective programming, the presence of fractional goals leads to technical difficulties. In this paper we present a straightforward interactive approach for solving such linear... View more
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