The Literature Review of De Novo Programming


Naglaa Ragaa Saeid Hassan, Associate Professor
Dept. of Operations Research and Management, Faculty of Statistical Studies and Research, Cairo University, Egypt.


De novo programming (DNP) is a system design approach which links system flexibility efficient and optimal system design. It shows that within single or multi-objective decision making framework. DNP allows the decision maker to achieve an ideal or meta-optimal system performance, or improve the performance of compromise solutions through the modification of the feasible region of decision alternatives. This paper considers a brief review of DNP, which provides a brief insight DNP and its applications.