Fricks, Robert E.
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Robert E Fricks
NONCONVEX LINEAR PROGRAMMING by Robert Edward Fricks(
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1 edition published in 1970 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
An algorithm for solving the 'nonconvex linear programming problem' Maximize z = cx, Subject to: (A sub i)x = or <(b sub i), 1 = 1 ..., p for at least one i, x = or> 0 is given. The problem is viewed as one of ndimensional geometry with the union of the p distinct solution sets a general nonconvex (possibly disconnected) polyhedral set. A continuous path in nspace is generated which passes from solution set to solution set as the optimum is sought. The core of the solution procedure is a 'linking linear program' which is a efficient, highly flexible substitute for Phase I of the simplex method. Given an arbitrary linear programming problem in n decision variables and having m constraints, the linking linear program solution approach can conceivably produce an optimum basic feasible solution with little more computational effort than minimum (n, m)+1 'simplex' pivot operations. (Author)
1 edition published in 1970 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
An algorithm for solving the 'nonconvex linear programming problem' Maximize z = cx, Subject to: (A sub i)x = or <(b sub i), 1 = 1 ..., p for at least one i, x = or> 0 is given. The problem is viewed as one of ndimensional geometry with the union of the p distinct solution sets a general nonconvex (possibly disconnected) polyhedral set. A continuous path in nspace is generated which passes from solution set to solution set as the optimum is sought. The core of the solution procedure is a 'linking linear program' which is a efficient, highly flexible substitute for Phase I of the simplex method. Given an arbitrary linear programming problem in n decision variables and having m constraints, the linking linear program solution approach can conceivably produce an optimum basic feasible solution with little more computational effort than minimum (n, m)+1 'simplex' pivot operations. (Author)
A Research bibliography on "twostage" probabilistic programming, 19641969 by R. Edward Fricks(
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1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The bibliography is intended to summarize the available literature on 'TwoStage Linear Programming Under Uncertainty' for the period January, 1964 through August, 1969. Each of the 47 entries presents a summary of the principal thoughts of the article reviewed, headed by a complete bibliographic reference based upon the most uptodate information available. Alternate sources are quoted as a part of each entry. All entries are cross indexed by author and title relative to the primary chronological order sequence
1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The bibliography is intended to summarize the available literature on 'TwoStage Linear Programming Under Uncertainty' for the period January, 1964 through August, 1969. Each of the 47 entries presents a summary of the principal thoughts of the article reviewed, headed by a complete bibliographic reference based upon the most uptodate information available. Alternate sources are quoted as a part of each entry. All entries are cross indexed by author and title relative to the primary chronological order sequence
STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS IN ORGANIZATION THEORY(
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1 edition published in 1967 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The paper suggests that Mathematical Systems Theory is appropriate as a tool for the development of analytical models of organizational situations. A simple decision making system, the executive committee of Bonini's simulation model of the firm, is described using the Mathematical Systems Theory approach and its implications for further research suggested
1 edition published in 1967 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The paper suggests that Mathematical Systems Theory is appropriate as a tool for the development of analytical models of organizational situations. A simple decision making system, the executive committee of Bonini's simulation model of the firm, is described using the Mathematical Systems Theory approach and its implications for further research suggested
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