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Group Decision Support for agriculture planning by a combination of Mathematical Model and Collaborative Tool

Abstract : Decision making in the Agriculture domain can be a complex task. The land area allocated to each crop should be fixed every season according to several parameters: prices, demand, harvesting periods, seeds, ground, season etc… The decision to make becomes more difficult when a group of farmers must fix the price and all parameters all together. Generally, optimization models are useful for farmers to find no dominated solutions, but it remains difficult if the farmers have to agree on one solution. We combine two approaches in order to support a group of farmers engaged in this kind of decision making process. We firstly generate a set of no dominated solutions thanks to a centralized optimization model. Based on this set of solution we then used a Group Decision Support System called GRUS for choosing the best solution for the group of farmers. The combined approach allows us to determine the best solution for the group in a consensual way. This combination of approaches is very innovative for the Agriculture. This approach has been tested in laboratory in a previous work. In the current work the same experiment has been conducted with real business (farmers) in order to benefit from their expertise. The two experiments are compared.
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Pascale Zaraté, Alemany Mme, Ana Esteso Alvarez, Amir Sakka, Guy Camilleri. Group Decision Support for agriculture planning by a combination of Mathematical Model and Collaborative Tool. ICDSST2020, University of Zaragoza, May 2020, Zaragoza, Spain. pp.25-31. ⟨hal-02866157⟩

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