Conference Paper

Multi-objective Optimal Strategy for Individual Consumption-Investment with Fuzzy Coefficients

DOI: 10.1007/11816157_111 Conference: Intelligent Computing, International Conference on Intelligent Computing, ICIC 2006, Kunming, China, August 16-19, 2006. Proceedings, Part I
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ABSTRACT The goal of this paper is to solve an optimal consumption-investment problem with fuzzy financial coefficients. A multi-objective
fuzzy decision-making model for consumption-investment problem is proposed, based on the uncertainty in some economic factors,
to maximize the consumption utility and to maximize the total profit in investment and to minimize the risk in investment.
The fuzzy optimal consumption-investment strategy is characterized by maximizing the satisfactory grade of the decision-maker.
Finally an effective algorithm is proposed to solve the problem and a numerical example shows the effectiveness and feasibility
of this method.

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