An Approach for determining process economy parameters of multivariate loss functions

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2016
Özkan, Gökçe
The aim of this study is to provide an effective method for determining parameters of multivariate loss functions, which are related with process economics. The loss functions are widely used in product and process design and other quality engineering applications. Although there are several studies about different types of loss functions, there is a lack of studies on determining cost matrix parameters of these functions. For this purpose, we propose a method based on multi-objective decision making tools. We illustrate use of the method on two example problems, and discuss their results.

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G. Özkan, “An Approach for determining process economy parameters of multivariate loss functions,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2016.