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Farshad Mohammadian
Mohammad Heydari


linear programming, goal programming, optimal cultivation pattern, fuzzy programming, crop model


According to the role and importance of farm management units, using mathematical programming models have an important role in determining optimal cultivation pattern. This study represents theory and applying of fuzzy goal programming model in determination of optimal cultivation pattern considering different goals. Analyzing of fuzzy goal programming model in addition to applying it in determination of optimal cultivation pattern of Ferdowsi University farm has been showed in this study. The results indicate that making flexibility in model coefficients - because of deficiency in information- with fuzzy idea, remove this deficiency extremely and conditions of cultivation pattern relatively improve then inputs and sources are applied optimally.


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