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AMPL Guide AMPL stands for `A Mathematical Programming Language`. It is used to describe mathematical programmes. AMPL is a commerical software package from Laboratories...
\usepackage{amsmath} Case Study: Submitted: Operations Research Topics: Application Areas: Contents Problem Description Problem Description Return...
\usepackage{amsmath} Case Study: Submitted: Operations Research Topics: Application Areas: Contents Problem Description Problem Description Return...
\usepackage{amsmath} Case Study: Submitted: Operations Research Topics: Application Areas: Contents Problem Description Problem Description Return...
\usepackage{amsmath} Case Study: Submitted: Operations Research Topics: Application Areas: Contents Problem Description Problem Description Return...
Linear Programming Relaxation The Linear Programming (LP) relaxation is the same as the original integer programme, except we `relax` the integer variables to allow...
\usepackage{amsmath} Miscellaneous AMPL Commands 1 check statements 1 reset data 1 AMPL Macros and Suffixes 1 Columnwise Formulation 1 Power Sets...
Network Optimisation Network optimisation involves mathematical programmes that describe problems based on networks. There are many different types of network optimisation...
Name LinearProgramming NonlinearProgramming IntegerProgramming NetworkOptimisation SimulationModelling BlendingModels MasterSlaveConstraints...
Displaying and Printing in AMPL 1 How many decimal places? 1 Displaying Information 1 Printing Information 1 Printing to a File How many decimal places...
The Transportation Problem in AMPL AMPL Formulation The formulation of the transportation problem is AMPL is a straightforward translation of the mathematical programme...
\usepackage{amsmath} The Transshipment Problem The transshipment problem is very similar to the transportation problem. It has supply nodes %${\cal S}$% where goods...
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