Introduction to Linear Programming, 1st edition

  • Leonid N. Vaserstein

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This book makes Linear Programming easily accessible to any reader, regardless of his or her mathematical background. KEY TOPICS: The emphasis on logic and modeling of applications enables those will little mathematical background to learn to use Linear Programming in their respective fields (business, economics, operations research, etc.). This book is useful for anyone interested in learning real-world applications of mathematics or for computer scientists who want to test their programming skills.

Table of contents


1. Introduction.

2. Background.

3. Tableaux and Pivoting.

4. Simplex Method.

5. Duality.

6. Transportation Problems.

7. Matrix Games.

8. Linear Approximation.


Published by Pearson (November 7th 2002) - Copyright © 2003