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Frederick S. Hillier, Gerald J. Lieberman. Summary of the Parametric Linear

Programming

the problem with ...

Frederick S. Hillier, Gerald J. Lieberman. Summary of the Parametric Linear

Programming

**Procedure**for Systematic Changes in the b ; Parameters . 1. Solvethe problem with ...

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The

variables one at a time . After each selection , a value that will satisfy one

additional constraint ( thereby eliminating that constraint's row or column from

further ...

The

**procedure**for constructing an initial BF solution selects the m + n - 1 basicvariables one at a time . After each selection , a value that will satisfy one

additional constraint ( thereby eliminating that constraint's row or column from

further ...

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Applying this

as follows : The constraint is 2x1 + 3x2 = 4 ( a = 2 , az = 3 , b = 4 ) . 1. S = 2 + 3 = 5

. 2. a , satisfies s < b + lail , since 5 < 4 + 2. Also a2 satisfies S < b + | az | , since 5

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Applying this

**procedure**to the functional constraint in the above example flowsas follows : The constraint is 2x1 + 3x2 = 4 ( a = 2 , az = 3 , b = 4 ) . 1. S = 2 + 3 = 5

. 2. a , satisfies s < b + lail , since 5 < 4 + 2. Also a2 satisfies S < b + | az | , since 5

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