Linear programming and network flows Bazaraa, M. S.

By: Bazaraa, M. S
Contributor(s): Jarvis, John J | Sherali, Hanif D
Publisher: New Delhi Wiley India Pvt. Ltd 2004Edition: 3rd edDescription: xiv, 684 p.,ISBN: 9788126518920Subject(s): Linear programming | Network analysis (Planning)DDC classification: 519.72 Summary: Now in its third, comprehensively updated edition, this esteemed text addresses the problem of minimizing or maximizing a linear function in the presence of linear equality or inequality constraints. The book addresses the practical aspects of building LP models, solving them on computer, and interpreting LP solutions. Network flows such as water supply systems, communications systems, and railroad and highway patterns are used as illustrative examples to analyze solution sets or possibilities, and to show how these sets can change when some elements in the system fail. (LOC Publisher's Description)
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Now in its third, comprehensively updated edition, this esteemed text addresses the problem of minimizing or maximizing a linear function in the presence of linear equality or inequality constraints. The book addresses the practical aspects of building LP models, solving them on computer, and interpreting LP solutions. Network flows such as water supply systems, communications systems, and railroad and highway patterns are used as illustrative examples to analyze solution sets or possibilities, and to show how these sets can change when some elements in the system fail. (LOC Publisher's Description)

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