2 edition of Mathematical programming approaches to activity location found in the catalog.
Mathematical programming approaches to activity location
H. C. W. L. Williams
|Series||Working papers -- no.260.|
|Contributions||University of Leeds. School of Geography.|
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Abstract. Mathematical programming is one of the most important techniques available for quantitative decision making. The general purpose of mathematical programming is finding an optimal solution for allocation of limited resources to perform competing activities.
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As a consequence, the. In contrast to linear programming, there does not exist a standard mathematical for-mulation of “the” dynamic programming problem.
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