A review of current multiple objective planning techniques is presented. A critique of certain classes of these techniques is offered, especially in terms of the degree to which they facilitate certain information needs of the planning process. Various tools in operations research are used to constructed a new multiple objective planning methodology, called the "Vector Optimization Decision Convergence Algorithm" (VODCA). An application of the methodology pertaining to water resources development in Utah is documented.
McKee, Mac; Morgan, T. Ward; Narayanan, Rangesan; and Bishop, A. Bruce, "A Methodology for Public-Planner Interaction in Multiobjective Project Planning and Evaluation" (1981). Reports. Paper 219.