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Discrete-variable extremum problems ....

George B. Dantzig

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Published
**1957**
by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica California
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Series | U.S. Air Force. Project Rand Research Memorandum,1832 - Notes on Linear Programming -- part 35 |

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Open Library | OL20554372M |

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We will discuss discrete random variables in this chapter and continuous random variables in Chapter 4. There will be a third class of random variables that are called mixed random variables. Mixed random variables, as the name suggests, can be thought of as mixture . The main purpose for determining critical points is to locate relative maxima and minima, as in single-variable calculus. When working with a function of one variable, the definition of a local extremum involves finding an interval around the critical point such that the function value is either greater than or less than all the other function values in that interval.

The linear programming concept; Origins and influences; Formulating a linear programming model; Linear equation and inequality systems; The simplex method; Proof of the simplex algorithm and the duality theorem; The geometry of linear programs; Pivoting, vector spaces, matrices, and inverses; The simplex method using multipliers; Finiteness of the simplex method under perturbation; Variants of the . Extrema for Functions of Several Variables Text Reference: Section , p. The purpose of this set of exercises is to show how quadratic forms may be used to investigate maximum and minimum values of functions of several variables. Finding the extreme values, or extrema, of a function is one of the major uses of calculus. OftenFile Size: KB.

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