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Consider any linear programming problem with n decision variables and a bounded

Consider any linear programming problem with n decision variables and a bounded

**feasible region**. A CPF solution lies at the intersection of n constraint boundaries ( and satisfies the other constraints as well ) .Page 198

largement of the

largement of the

**feasible region**to the right of ( , 5 ) . Consequently , the adjacent CPF solutions for ( 2 , 6 ) now are ( 0 , 6 ) and ( , 5 ) , and again neither is better than ( 2 , 6 ) . However , another CPF solution ( 4 , 5 ) now ...Page 703

There actually are two main versions of SUMT , one of which is an exterior - point algorithm that deals with infeasible solutions while using a penalty function to force convergence to the

There actually are two main versions of SUMT , one of which is an exterior - point algorithm that deals with infeasible solutions while using a penalty function to force convergence to the

**feasible region**. We shall describe the other ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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