Introduction to Linear Programming: Applications and Extensions

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Richard Darst
CRC Press, Oct 26, 1990 - Mathematics - 376 pages
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Stressing the use of several software packages based on simplex method variations, this text teaches linear programming's four phases through actual practice. It shows how to decide whether LP models should be applied, set up appropriate models, use software to solve them, and examine solutions to a
 

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Contents

Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations Linear
1
Introduction to Linear Programming
24
Elementary Properties of the Feasible Set for an LP
64
Introduction to the Simplex Method
80
Topics in LP and Extensions
114
Duality
202
Quadratic Programming
208
Minimizing a Quadratic Function
226
Network Algorithms
246
Forms of LPs
273
Solutions Supplement for Chapter 2
278
Solutions Supplement for Chapter 5
315
Reading List
346
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