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Mathematical Optimization in Stata: LP and MILP

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  • Choonjoo Lee

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    (Korea National Defense University)

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In this presentation, we present a procedure and an illustrative application of user-written mathematical optimization programs-Linear Programming(LP) and Mixed Integer Linear Programming(MILP). The LP and MILP programs in Stata will allow researchers to easily access the Stata system and to conduct not only the statistical optimization procedure but also the mathematical optimization. Unfortunately, to date no mathematical programming options for optimization are available in Stata, but a statistical model is available. The user-written mathematical optimization approach in Stata will provide some possible future extensions of non-parametric optimization programming.

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Paper provided by Stata Users Group in its series 2013 Stata Conference with number 2.

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Date of creation: 01 Aug 2013
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Handle: RePEc:boc:norl13:2

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