## Optimization programs at the University of MichiganGraduate School of Business Administration, The University of Michigan, 1977 - Mathematical optimization - 126 pages |

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### Contents

MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING SYSTEM360 | 18 |

TRANSPORTATION ALGORITHM FOR TRANSPORTATION AND ASSIGNMENT | 36 |

JOB CONTROL OPTIONS | 39 |

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activity artificial variables assembly language assignment problems batch mode BVEC Card Card Card column vector control card cost coefficients Data Card Format data set data values destination discussed in Section dual elements ENDFILE entered example problem feasible solution Indicator Card Format infeasible initial solution initial tableau input data input option integer integer programming internal number iteration log left blank linear programming subroutine lower bounds Mathematical Programming System/360 matrix maximum number Michigan Terminal System nonbasic number of origins number of units objective function coefficients optimal and feasible optimal basic sequence optimal basis optimal program optimal solution optimal value original problem output parameterization PARARHS Peter Cherry Phase II problem postoptimality analysis procedure punched in column ranges Section H SIGN0N simplex algorithm SIMPLEXII slack variables source program specified statement produces surplus variable teletype terminal title card upper bounds vector of constants XPARMAX zero