A model-management framework for mathematical programming
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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Linear Programming In Exxon
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ACTFILE ACTPROB ADHOC algorithms analyst application ARABIAN BASE1 BASE2 BASEl basic blending capabilities catalog Chapter characters column names CONT control table crude oil crude run report data base data set data tables data-base DATAFORM language DATAFORM program define deleted dictionary eight-character elements EMPS entity class Esso Europe example EXDF execution Exxon FAWLEY flexibility formulation FORTRAN fuel oil function GENTAB.C illustrated in Figure Job Control Language linear programming logical LP models major modules mask mathematical programming matrix mnemonic naphtha optimization output PCL program planning PLATOFORM system printed PROB problem procedures RBASE READTAB refinery REGNDATA report writer row and column shown in Figure SIDE2 single solution specific stored structure stub submodule subprograms subroutine sulfur syntax table name table set TILLER TPRINT translation UJ UJ UPDATE VACUUM DISTILLATE values variable vector
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