The focus of these books is upon the new achievements in mathematical programming, modeling and their implications for optimization technology. The emphasis is on the practical value of optimization methods. Examples in the following areas are presented and discussed: production, distribution and transportation scheduling; product and process design; financial investment and resource allocation. Through the demonstration of recent developments, the reader is provided with an overview of authentic mathematical programming applications.REFERENCES Anbil, R., Tanga, R., and Johnson E. (1992) A global approach to crew-pairing optimization. ... Brooke, A., Kendrick, D., and Meeraus A. (1988) General Algebraic Modeling System: A User Guide, The Scientific Press, Redwood City, Calif. ... Day, R. E. and Williams, H. P. (1982) MAGIC: The Design and Use of an Interactive Modelling Language for ... Operations Research, 40 (1), 38-75.
|Title||:||Optimization in Industry|
|Author||:||Tito A. Ciriani, Robert C. Leachman|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1994-09-06|