In the brown field cleanup process, the technology selection process is complex due to the number of technologies available as well as the criteria affecting the cleanup. In a complex environment it is often difficult to make such technology tradeoffs. Goal programming offers a management technique to minimize the complexity of decision.
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Havugiyaremye, Valentin; Saberiyan, Amy; Bhiromkaew, Pimala; Sanchez, Sunshine; and Lin, Chen Yen, "Technology Selection: Application of Goal Programming Technique in Brownfield Industry" (2000). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1893.
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