Decomposition techniques in mathematical programming : by Antonio J. Conejo
By Antonio J. Conejo
This textbook for college students and practitioners offers a realistic method of decomposition strategies in optimization. It presents a suitable combination of theoretical history and sensible functions in engineering and technology, which makes the e-book attention-grabbing for practitioners, in addition to engineering, operations examine and utilized economics graduate and postgraduate scholars. "Decomposition strategies in Mathematical Programming" is predicated on clarifying, illustrative and computational examples and functions from electric, mechanical, strength and civil engineering in addition to utilized arithmetic and economics. It addresses decomposition in linear programming, mixed-integer linear programming, nonlinear programming, and mixed-integer nonlinear programming, and gives rigorous decomposition algorithms in addition to heuristic ones. sensible purposes are constructed as much as operating algorithms that may be without difficulty used. The theoretical heritage of the booklet is deep sufficient to be of curiosity to utilized mathematicians. It contains finish of bankruptcy routines and the ideas of the even numbered routines are incorporated as an appendix. Read more...
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