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Linear Programming By Roy Wright
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Brief but detailed introduction to linear programming and the Simplex Method at a very elementary level. The reader is assumed only to have a good grasp of basic algebra.
Linear Programming By Roy Wright
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Brief but detailed introduction to linear programming and the Simplex Method at a very elementary level. The reader is assumed only to have a good grasp of basic algebra.
Linear Programming for Beginners By Doris Lloyd Grosh
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This book fills a gap in the linear programming literature, by explaining the steps that are illustrated but not always fully explained in every elementary operations book — the steps that lead... More > from the elementary and intuitive graphical method of solution to the more advanced simplex tableau method. Most of the world, even those technically trained, can get along very well by seeing a few illustrations of simple linear programming problems solved graphically, followed by instruction in the use of computer software for solving real-world problems. But there needs to be a coterie of initiates who understand the process well enough to explain it to others, to know what the pitfalls, ramifications and special cases are, and to provide further developments. I have used an informal narrative style with a number of worked out examples and detailed explanations, to put the topic within reach.< Less
Linear Programming for Beginners By Doris Lloyd Grosh
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This book fills a gap in the linear programming literature, by explaining the steps that are illustrated but not always fully explained in every elementary operations book — the steps that lead... More > from the elementary and intuitive graphical method of solution to the more advanced simplex tableau method. Most of the world, even those technically trained, can get along very well by seeing a few illustrations of simple linear programming problems solved graphically, followed by instruction in the use of computer software for solving real-world problems. But there needs to be a coterie of initiates who understand the process well enough to explain it to others, to know what the pitfalls, ramifications and special cases are, and to provide further developments. I have used an informal narrative style with a number of worked out examples and detailed explanations, to put the topic within reach.< Less
Design a Linear Programming By Homework Help Classof1
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"The flair Furniture Company produces inexpensive tables and chairs. The production process for each is similar in that both requires a certain number of hours of carpentry work and a certain... More > number of labor hours in the painting and varnishing department. Each table takes 4 hours of carpentry and 2 hours in painting and varnishing shop. Each chair requires 3 hours in carpentry and 1 hour in painting and varnishing. During the current production period 240 hours of carpentry time and 100 hours in painting and varnishing time are available. Each table sold yields a profit of $7; each chair produced is sold for a $5 profit. Design a Linear programming problem for the flair Furniture Company and find the combination of tables and chairs that the company must produce to maximize profits. "< Less
Linear Programming Problem By Homework Help Classof1
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A box manufacturing plant makes two types of boxes, each of which requires time on the saw for cutting, then time on the assembly and later for finishing. Suppose Model A requires 1 hour cutting, 2... More > hours of assembly and 1 hour of finishing. Model B requires 1 hour of cutting, 1 hour of assembly and 3 hours of finishing. There are 40 man hours available for cutting per week, 60 man hours for assembly and 90 man hours for finishing. Suppose each model A box sold brings in $20 profit and each model B box sold brings in $25 profit. Determine the number of each box that should be produced to maximize the profit.< Less
Linear Programming by Maple By Milad Ghanimat
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This is the guide book for using maple for mathematical computations in Linear Programming ( Operation research ) .
MATLAB-program for Solving the Systems of First and Second Order Linear Differential Equations with Jump Perturbations By Solomon I. Khmelnik
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We present a program for solving the systems of first and second order linear differential equations with perturbations, having a stepped form, or form of the Dirac function. The known perturbations... More > may be presented in tabular form. The result will be given in the form of power series coefficients. The system should not be solved with respect to the higher derivative. The method makes it possible to vary the length of the power polynomial (result), accuracy and duration calculations. Compared to standard MATLAB functions the form of initial and resulting data is more convenient. The calculation programs and tests is developed within the MATLAB-6 system and the program code is open.< Less
MATLAB-program for Solving the Systems of First and Second Order Linear Differential Equations with Jump Perturbations By Solomon I. Khmelnik
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We present a program for solving the systems of first and second order linear differential equations with perturbations, having a stepped form, or form of the Dirac function. The known perturbations... More > may be presented in tabular form. The result will be given in the form of power series coefficients. The system should not be solved with respect to the higher derivative. The method makes it possible to vary the length of the power polynomial (result), accuracy and duration calculations. Compared to standard MATLAB functions the form of initial and resulting data is more convenient. The calculation programs and tests is developed within the MATLAB-6 system and the program code is open.< Less
Programmazione lineare con Xpress IVE By Roberto Bello
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Lezioni di programmazione lineare utilizzando Xpress IVE. Modelli introduttivi di base. Modelli applicativi: la pianificazione degli investimenti pubblicitari, la revisione del parco Clienti, la... More > ricetta del panettone, la programmazione della produzione (stock), la programmazione della produzione (commesse), la schedulazione del carico macchine.< Less