# Multiobjective Fractional Programming Problems and Second Order Generalized Hybrid Invexity Frameworks

### Abstract

In this paper, first generalized sufficient efficiency conditions for multiobjective fractional programming based on the generalized hybrid invexities are developed , and then efficient solutions to multiobjective fractional programming problems are established. The obtained results generalize and unify a wide range of investigations in the literature.### References

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