An Introduction to Management Science: Quantitative Approaches to Decision-making
West Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1982 - Linear programming - 706 pages
Linear programming: the graphical method; Linear programming: the simplex method; Linear programming: sensitivity analysis, duality, and computer solution; Linear programming applications; The assignment and traveling salesman problems; The transportation problem; Integer linear programming; Network models I: PERT / CPM; Network models II: other topics; Decision theory; Inventory models with deterministic demand; Inventory models with probabilistic demand; Computer simulation; Waiting line models; Dynamic programming; Markov processes; Calculus based solution procedures; Management science and decision support systems.
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The Graphical Method
The Simplex Method
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activity analysis artificial variables assignment problem backorder basic feasible solution basic variables budget calculations capacity chapter column consider constraint cutting and dyeing decision alternative decision variables deluxe bags demand determine developed dual dynamic programming equation estimates example expected monetary value expected value extreme point feasible region Figure formulation goal programming input integer integer linear program inventory holding cost linear programming model linear programming problem LP Relaxation management science manufacturing mathematical model matrix maximize maximum minimization minimum node number of units objective function obtain operation optimal decision optimal solution order quantity period production profit reorder point schedule second derivative test shortest route shown Simplex method Simplex tableau slack slack variables solution procedure solve stage standard bags step surplus variables Tableau form traveling salesman problem truck waiting line