2 edition of Elements of large-scale mathematical programming found in the catalog.
Elements of large-scale mathematical programming
A. M. Geoffrion
|Statement||[by] A. M. Geoffrion.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-481|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 83 p.|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||78015478|
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By assembling elements of problem manipulation and solution strategies in various patterns, one can derive the essential aspects of most large-scale programming algorithms and even design new ones.
Some of the literature is grouped according to five key patterns, and illustrative papers from each are discussed in detail. ELEMENTS OF LARGE-SCALE MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING. II able to make it. There is little or no mention of how to find an initial feasible solution, the details of computational organization, or questions of theoretical convergence.
The reader is invited to ponder such questions in the light of the concepts and results. Elements of Large Scale Mathematical Programming Part II: Synthesis of Algorithms and Bibliography Article (PDF Available) in Management Science 16(11).
A framework of concepts is developed which helps to unify a substantial portion of the literature on large-scale mathematical programming. These concepts fall into two categories.
The first category consists of problem manipulations that can be used to derive what are often referred to as "master" problems; the principal manipulations discussed are Projection, Inner Linearization, and Outer Linearization. Elements of Programming provides a different understanding of programming than is presented elsewhere.
Its major premise is that practical programming, like other areas of science and engineering,must be based on a solid mathematical s: The implementation of the algorithms in a real programming language is central to the book.
While the speciﬁcations, which are addressed to human beings, should, and even must, combine rigor with appropriate informality, the code, which is addressed to the computer, must be absolutely precise even while being general.
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EMF Math students succeed in the traditional American sequence of Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and Precalculus. The main object is not an exposition of these algorithms, although this is certainly important; rather, we wish to focus on the principal patterns in which manipulations and strategies can be assembled.
These patterns constitute the real common denominators in the literature on large-scale programming. See Table 2 in Part I.
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To make the book available online, most chapters have been re-typeset. Elements of Large-Scale Mathematical Programming Part I: Concepts.
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The book shows that algorithms implemented in a real programming language, such as C++, can operate in the most general mathematical. Mathematical Programming, a branch of Operations Research, is perhaps the most efficient technique in making optimal decisions.
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The second edition (based on ML97) of Elements of ML Programming appeared at the end of Here is The table of contents. Special thanks to referee Matthias Blume and to Luca Cardelli, whose cover design has been carried over from the first edition to the second.Elements of Programming provides a different understanding of programming than is presented elsewhere.
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