## Aimms Optimization ModelingThe AIMMS Optimization Modeling book provides not only an introduction to modeling but also a suite of worked examples. It is aimed at users who are new to modeling and those who have limited modeling experience. Both the basic concepts of optimization modeling and more advanced modeling techniques are discussed. The Optimization Modeling book is AIMMS version independent. |

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### Contents

Introduction to Optimization Modeling | 3 |

Formulating Optimization Models | 14 |

Algebraic Representation of Models | 33 |

Sensitivity Analysis | 42 |

Network Flow Models | 53 |

General Optimization Modeling Tricks | 65 |

Integer Linear Programming Tricks | 77 |

Basic Optimization Modeling Applications | 91 |

Intermediate Optimization Modeling Applications | 139 |

A TwoLevel Decision Problem | 149 |

A Bandwidth Allocation Problem | 163 |

A Power System Expansion Problem | 173 |

An Inventory Control Problem | 186 |

Advanced Optimization Modeling Applications | 201 |

A File Merge Problem | 227 |

A Cutting Stock Problem | 241 |

A Media Selection Problem | 100 |

A Diet Problem | 109 |

A Farm Planning Problem | 117 |

A Pooling Problem | 127 |

A Telecommunication Network Problem | 251 |

A Facility Location Problem | 264 |

Appendices | 287 |

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