Linear programming

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Wiley, 1983 - Mathematics - 482 pages
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A comprehensive, up-to-date text on linear programming. Covers all practical modeling, mathematical, geometrical, algorithmic, and computational aspects. Surveys recent developments in the field, including the Ellipsoid method. Includes extensive examples and exercises. Designed for advanced undergraduates or graduates majoring in engineering, mathematics, or business administration.

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Formulation of Linear Programs
The Simplex Method
Geometry of the Simplex Method

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