## Abstract

Purpose of study: Main aim of this study is to deals with the problem of inventories. Their holding cost, set-up cost, and many more related to that. All the problems are flexible and having fuzzy nature.

Methodology: The model takes the form of a Geometric Programming problem. Hence geometric programming algorithm is used here.

Main Finding: The developed models may be used for a single item with a single constraint of limitation on storage area and multi-item inventory problems.

Application of this study: This study is useful in the area of inventories. There holding cost and set-up cost etc.

The originality of this study: This study may help the stockholders for storing goods and minimizing the cost of holding.

## Keywords

Inventory Control Problem Fuzzy Objectives Fuzzy Constraints Membership Function Compensatory Operator Weighted Compensatory Operator Quadratic Achievement Function Geometric Programming

## Article Details

How to Cite
Kumari, N., & Burnwal, A. P. (2021). A FUZZY PROGRAMMING APPROACH TO INVENTORY CONTROL PROBLEM. Studentsâ€™ Research in Technology & Management, 9(2), 13-17. https://doi.org/10.18510/ijsrtm.2021.923

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