Application of Fuzzy Graph Models for Finding Rational Route
Keywords:Rational route, Army, movements, march, membership function, graph
А commander solves a lot of problems which contain uncertainties during the planning and organization of the army unit march due to the impact of combat situation factors and meteorological conditions. The best model for the problem solving of finding routes for movement of military units between two points is the marked graph. The article is devoted to the question of finding the rational (in the sense of the most comfortable) route through fuzzy graph models.
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