Reoptimizations in linear programming
AbstractReplacing a real process which we are concerned in with other more convenient for the study is called modeling. After the replacement, the model is analyzed and the results we get are expanded on that process. Mathematical models being more abstract, they are also more general and so, more important. Mathematical programming is known as analysis of various concepts of economic activities with the help of mathematical models
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Date of creation: 17 Jan 2010
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Reoptimization; linear programming; mathematical model;
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