Applied Mathematical Programming

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1977 - Mathematics - 716 pages
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Mathematical programming: an overview; solving linear programs; sensitivity analysis; duality in linear programming; mathematical programming in practice; integration of strategic and tactical planning in the aluminum industry; planning the mission and composition of the U.S. merchant Marine fleet; network models; integer programming; design of a naval tender job shop; dynamic programming; large-scale systems; nonlinear programming; a system for bank portfolio planning; vectors and matrices; linear programming in matrix form; a labeling algorithm for the maximun-flow network problem.

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Contents

An Overview
1
Solving Linear Programs
48
Sensitivity Analysis
91
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Bradley is the William Ziegler Professor of Business Administration and the chairman of the Competition and Strategy Area at the Harvard Business School.

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