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Depth First Search for Enumeration One common method of generating patterns for set partitioning problems is to use a search to find feasible patterns/schedules/sets...
\usepackage{amsmath,amssymb} Set Partitioning, Packing and Covering Set partitioning, packing and covering problems are common types of integer programmes. They involve...
The Cutting Stock Problem Also known as the Trim Loss Model. Coming soon! Solving the Cutting Stock Problem with OR Software Using AMPL/CPLEX (Coming Soon!)...
Name LinearProgramming NonlinearProgramming IntegerProgramming NetworkOptimisation SimulationModelling BlendingModels MasterSlaveConstraints...
\usepackage{amsmath,amssymb} Power Sets When building set partitioning, covering or packing models we often choose to generate a power set to generate variables...
Mathematical Programming Mathematical programming uses mathematical variables and expressions to model problems. In the formulation step of the Operations Research...
Network Optimisation Network optimisation involves mathematical programmes that describe problems based on networks. There are many different types of network optimisation...
\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...
The AMPL Syntax Guide Disclaimer This is a guide to the AMPL syntax only. For a comprehensive reference to the AMPL language see AMPL: A Modeling Language for...

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