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Abstract

transportation problem (ITP) in which the cost-coefficients of the objective function, source and destination parameters are all in the form of interval. In this paper, the single objective interval transportation problem is transformed into an equivalent crisp bi-objective transportation problem where the left-limit and width of the interval are to be minimized. The solution to this bi-objective model is then obtained with the help of fuzzy programming technique. The proposed solution procedure has been demonstrated with the help of a numerical example. A comparative study has also been made between the proposed solution method and the method proposed by Das et al.(1999) .

Keywords

Interval Transportation Problems Fuzzy Programming Interval Numbers

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Author Biography

Abdul Quddoos, Integral University

Department of Statistics & Operations Research

(Research Scholar)

How to Cite
Quddoos, A., & Ummey Habiba. (2020). A New Method to Solve Interval Transportation Problems. Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 16(4), 802-811. https://doi.org/10.18187/pjsor.v16i4.3269

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