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\usepackage{amsmath} Case Study: Submitted: Operations Research Topics: Application Areas: Contents Problem Description Problem Description Return...
\usepackage{amsmath} Nonlinear Programming Nonlinear programmes are one of the most general types of mathematical programmes. The form of a nonlinear programme...
Facility Location Problems Facility location problems are a classical example of the use of master slave constraints. The following definition of the general facility...
\usepackage{amsmath} Master Slave Constraints Using zero/one variables, we can control the range of values that other variables take. Suppose that %$x {AB}$% (the...
Linear Programming Relaxation The Linear Programming (LP) relaxation is the same as the original integer programme, except we `relax` the integer variables to allow...
Integer Programming Integer programmes are almost identical to linear programmes with one very important exception. Some of the decision variables in integer programmes...
\usepackage{amsmath} Linear Programming The simplest type of mathematical programme is a linear programme . For your mathematical programme to be a linear programme...
Parameters in AMPL 1 Description 1 Declaring a Parameter 1 Parameter Types 1 Parameter Bounds 1 Default Values 1 Defining a Parameter...
JaamSim JaamSim is an open source simulation package built in Java. For more details see the main JaamSim website: https://jaamsim.com/ MichaelOSullivan 28 Jun...
Welcome to the Operations Research Web This web is for learning Operations Research (OR). In this web we emphasise the mathematical models, usually referred to as...

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