Postoptimal Analyses, Parametric Programming, and Related Topics by Tomas Gal
English | August 12, 2010 | ISBN: 3110140608 | 464 Pages | PDF | 92 MB
For some considerable time, linear programming has been one of the methods of operations research which has been widely known and much applied in Germany too, both in the literature ofthe subject and in practice. Its applications range from production planning through finance planning and from optimization of traffic networks through urban planning. The literature of linear programming includes textbooks of a strictly mathematical nature as weil as programmed textbooks for those with no previous knowledge of mathematics. An objection frequently heard to more extensive dissemination of the theories of linear programming in the practical field has been that data wh ich are available in practice are at once too inexact and too unreliable to provide the basis for the application of "exact" procedures like linear programming.