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Due to the availability of computer packages, the use of Linear Programming technique by the managers has become universal. This text has been written primarily for management students and executives who have no previous background of linear programming. The text is oriented towards introducing important ideas in linear programming technique at a fundamental level and help the students in understanding its applications to a wide variety of managerial problems. In order to strengthen the understanding, each concept has been illustrated with examples. The book has been written in a simple and lucid language and has avoided mathematical derivations so as to make it accessible to every one. The text can be used in its entirely in a fifteen session course at programmes in management, commerce, economics, engineering or accountancy. The text can be used in one/two week management/executive development programmes to be supplemented with some cases. Practicing managers and executives, computer professionals, industrial engineers, chartered and cost accountants and economic planners would also find this text useful. Printed Pages: 236. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 27643

Titel: **Linear Programming: Methods and Applications**

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**Buchbeschreibung **New York, McGraw-Hill 1958., 1958. 8°. 223 S. OLn. Sehr gutes Exemplar. OLn. Artikel-Nr. 83812AB

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**Buchbeschreibung **New York, McGraw-Hill 1958., 1958. b41624 Sprache: Deutsch 8°, XII, 224 Seiten, betitelter Oleinen - guter Zustand -. Artikel-Nr. 26275

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**Buchbeschreibung **New York McGraw Hill, 1969. Broschur. 3rd edition. 358 S. Kanten gering berieben / bestossen, leichtere papierbedingte Seitenbräunung // interner vermerk . HAA-19576st m/' Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 472. Artikel-Nr. 124719

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**Buchbeschreibung **W H Freeman & Co Auflage: Original Spelli. (15. September 1983), 1983. Softcover. Buchzustand: gut. Lineare Programmung Informatik Mathematik mathematics computer science "An innovative, attractive introduction to linear programming ." American Mathematical Monthly For upper-division/graduate courses in operations research/management science, mathematics, and computer science, this text covers basic theory, selected applications, network flow problems, and advanced techniques. A masterpiece on Linear Programming. Although it does not contain Interior Point Methods developed subsequently, it's always the first book I refer to, whenever I have any questions on Linear Programming. Strongly Recommended. This book is a good introduction to linear programming. And very readable. It also serves as a good reference. For a more advanced text and non-linear programming topics, look at Nash and Sofer. Informatik Mathematik I've been teaching a linear programming course at the advanced undergraduate level out of this book for the last 12 years. I'm still happy with Chvatal's book and haven't found anything better. Prerequisites for this book include some background in linear algebra (the typical sophomore level introduction to linear algebra is enough), and some experience with proof based mathematics. Because the subject does not involve the difficult concepts of analysis, it (much like number theory) makes a good subject for students to study as they are developing proof writing skills. The first 10 chapters of the book present the simplex method, the revised simplex method, duality theory, and sensitivity analysis. This material can easily be covered in 10 weeks. The remaining chapters of the book are largely independent, mostly focused on various applications of linear programming and specialization of the simplex method to network flow problems. Chvatal presents the simplex method and many of its applications from a mathematical point of view. He states and proves theorems, but also provides plenty of motivation. Students who make an effort do develop more mathematical maturity from working through this book. Chvatal also presents the material from a computational and algorithmic point of view. One of the major points of the book is that the author prefers to use algorithmic proofs. For example, the proof that every standard form LP is either infeasibile, unbounded, or has an optimal BFS is built on the simplex method- Since the algorithm terminates in one of these three states, and can't go into an infinite loop, these are the only possibilities. Another particular strength of the book is in the presentation of duality theory. The explanation is simply very clear and intuitive. The one glaring weakness of the book is that it doesn't contain any discussion of interior point methods for linear programming. Since the book was published in the mid 1980's, this is not surprising. In my course, I supplement Chvatal's book with my own lecture notes on interior point methods. ISBN-10 0-7167-1587-2 / 0716715872 ISBN-13 978-0-7167-1587-0 / 9780716715870 In englischer Sprache. 478 pages. 16,7 x 2,4 x 23,4 cm Auflage: Original Spelli. (15. September 1983). Artikel-Nr. BN22922

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**Buchbeschreibung **W H Freeman & Co, 1983. Softcover. Buchzustand: gut. Lineare Programmung Informatik Mathematik mathematics computer science "An innovative, attractive introduction to linear programming ." American Mathematical Monthly For upper-division/graduate courses in operations research/management science, mathematics, and computer science, this text covers basic theory, selected applications, network flow problems, and advanced techniques. A masterpiece on Linear Programming. Although it does not contain Interior Point Methods developed subsequently, it's always the first book I refer to, whenever I have any questions on Linear Programming. Strongly Recommended. This book is a good introduction to linear programming. And very readable. It also serves as a good reference. For a more advanced text and non-linear programming topics, look at Nash and Sofer. Informatik Mathematik I've been teaching a linear programming course at the advanced undergraduate level out of this book for the last 12 years. I'm still happy with Chvatal's book and haven't found anything better. Prerequisites for this book include some background in linear algebra (the typical sophomore level introduction to linear algebra is enough), and some experience with proof based mathematics. Because the subject does not involve the difficult concepts of analysis, it (much like number theory) makes a good subject for students to study as they are developing proof writing skills. The first 10 chapters of the book present the simplex method, the revised simplex method, duality theory, and sensitivity analysis. This material can easily be covered in 10 weeks. The remaining chapters of the book are largely independent, mostly focused on various applications of linear programming and specialization of the simplex method to network flow problems. Chvatal presents the simplex method and many of its applications from a mathematical point of view. He states and proves theorems, but also provides plenty of motivation. Students who make an effort do develop more mathematical maturity from working through this book. Chvatal also presents the material from a computational and algorithmic point of view. One of the major points of the book is that the author prefers to use algorithmic proofs. For example, the proof that every standard form LP is either infeasibile, unbounded, or has an optimal BFS is built on the simplex method- Since the algorithm terminates in one of these three states, and can't go into an infinite loop, these are the only possibilities. Another particular strength of the book is in the presentation of duality theory. The explanation is simply very clear and intuitive. The one glaring weakness of the book is that it doesn't contain any discussion of interior point methods for linear programming. Since the book was published in the mid 1980's, this is not surprising. In my course, I supplement Chvatal's book with my own lecture notes on interior point methods. Zusatzinfo 98ill. Sprache englisch Maße 150 x 230 mm Mathematik Informatik Mathe ISBN-10 0-7167-1195-8 / 0716711958 ISBN-13 978-0-7167-1195-7 / 9780716711957 In englischer Sprache. 478 pages. 16,7 x 2,4 x 23,4 cm Auflage: Original Spelli. (15. September 1983). Artikel-Nr. BN34298

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**Buchbeschreibung **W H Freeman & Co Auflage: Original Spelli. (15. September 1983), 1983. Hardcover. Buchzustand: gut. Lineare Programmung Informatik Mathematik mathematics computer science "An innovative, attractive introduction to linear programming ." American Mathematical Monthly For upper-division/graduate courses in operations research/management science, mathematics, and computer science, this text covers basic theory, selected applications, network flow problems, and advanced techniques. A masterpiece on Linear Programming. Although it does not contain Interior Point Methods developed subsequently, it's always the first book I refer to, whenever I have any questions on Linear Programming. Strongly Recommended. This book is a good introduction to linear programming. And very readable. It also serves as a good reference. For a more advanced text and non-linear programming topics, look at Nash and Sofer. Informatik Mathematik I've been teaching a linear programming course at the advanced undergraduate level out of this book for the last 12 years. I'm still happy with Chvatal's book and haven't found anything better. Prerequisites for this book include some background in linear algebra (the typical sophomore level introduction to linear algebra is enough), and some experience with proof based mathematics. Because the subject does not involve the difficult concepts of analysis, it (much like number theory) makes a good subject for students to study as they are developing proof writing skills. The first 10 chapters of the book present the simplex method, the revised simplex method, duality theory, and sensitivity analysis. This material can easily be covered in 10 weeks. The remaining chapters of the book are largely independent, mostly focused on various applications of linear programming and specialization of the simplex method to network flow problems. Chvatal presents the simplex method and many of its applications from a mathematical point of view. He states and proves theorems, but also provides plenty of motivation. Students who make an effort do develop more mathematical maturity from working through this book. Chvatal also presents the material from a computational and algorithmic point of view. One of the major points of the book is that the author prefers to use algorithmic proofs. For example, the proof that every standard form LP is either infeasibile, unbounded, or has an optimal BFS is built on the simplex method- Since the algorithm terminates in one of these three states, and can't go into an infinite loop, these are the only possibilities. Another particular strength of the book is in the presentation of duality theory. The explanation is simply very clear and intuitive. The one glaring weakness of the book is that it doesn't contain any discussion of interior point methods for linear programming. Since the book was published in the mid 1980's, this is not surprising. In my course, I supplement Chvatal's book with my own lecture notes on interior point methods. Zusatzinfo 98ill. Sprache englisch Maße 150 x 230 mm Mathematik Informatik Mathe ISBN-10 0-7167-1195-8 / 0716711958 ISBN-13 978-0-7167-1195-7 / 9780716711957 In englischer Sprache. 478 pages. 16,7 x 2,4 x 23,4 cm Auflage: Original Spelli. (15. September 1983). Artikel-Nr. BN32673

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