A model-management framework for mathematical programming

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Wiley, May 23, 1984 - Business & Economics - 392 pages
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An introduction to theories and concepts of mathematical programming and its practical application in the corporate environment. Based on a major Exxon program, PLATOFORM, the book describes how mathematical programming was implemented, how it was used to improve investment decisions, and how it helped the corporation realize savings in the millions of dollars.

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Introduction
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Chapter
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Linear Programming In Exxon
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