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Algorithms for Solving Production-Scheduling Problems
It is shown that it is practical, in problems of small size, to generate the complete set of all active schedules and to pick the optimal schedules directly from this set and, when this is not practical, to random sample from the bet of allactive schedules.
Optimal Control Theory: Applications to Management Science and Economics
Preface to First Edition.- Preface to Second Edition.- What is Optimal Control Theory?.- The Maximum Principle: Continuous Time.- The Maximum Principle: Mixed Inequality Constraints.- The Maximum
Optimal control theory : applications to management science
This document summarizes current capabilities, research and operational priorities, and plans for further studies that were established at the 2015 USGS workshop on quantitative hazard assessments of earthquake-triggered landsliding and liquefaction.
An Algorithm for Finding a Minimum Equivalent Graph of a Digraph
The present paper gives an algorithm for finding the maximum number of edges that can be removed from a digraph without affecting its reachability properties.
A Branch and Bound Model for Choosing Optimal Substation Locations
A distribution planning model is formulated which considers existing and potential substation locations, their capacities and costs, together with the primary feeder network represented by small area
Fights, Games, and Debates.
A scientifically grounded method by which we can understand human conflict in all its forms
A Forward Algorithm for the Capacitated Lot Size Model with Stockouts
The stockout option means that horizons can exist and permits the use of horizons to develop a forward algorithm for solving the problem, which is shown in the worst case to be asymptotically linear in computational requirements.