Integer and Nonlinear Programming
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Abadie algorithm applied approximation assume basic variables basis Beale calculated coefficients column computational concave constraint set convergence convex convex function corresponding cutting plane Dantzig Davidon defined denote determined dual eigenvalues equations evaluations example face feasible directions feasible solution Fletcher formula given Gomory gradient method Hence hyperplanes inequality integer polyhedron integer programming interpolation inverse matrix iteration Kuhn–Tucker least squares Lemma linear constraints linear least squares linear programming problem local minimum lower bound Math mathematical programming matrix maximization minimization minimum multipliers non-negative nonlinear constraints nonlinear programming number of steps objective function obtained optimal solution optimum orthogonal parameters penalty function pivot positive definite possible procedure quadratic function quadratic programming satisfying second derivative Section sequence simplex method solving subset tableau Theorem transformation unconstrained upper bound vector vertex Vf(x Wolfe zero