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- Philip Wolfe
- Math. Program.
- 1976

- Michael Held, Philip Wolfe, Harlan P. Crowder
- Math. Program.
- 1974

- Philip Wolfe
- Commun. ACM
- 1959

A procedure for the simultaneous sohition of a sys{)em of not-necessari ly-l inear equations, t~ generalization of the secanl, method for a single function of one w~ri~fi)le, is given. 1. S e c a n t M e t h o d for n E q u a t i o n s This note is concerned with a eomputa t ionM procedure for the solution of the s imultaneous equat ions (1) f~(x) = 0, i =… (More)

- P C Wolfe, E Y Chang, J Rivera, C Fewtrell
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 1996

Adhesion of RBL-2H3 mucosal mast cells to fibronectin-coated surfaces has been linked to changes in secretion and tyrosine kinase activity. We now show that adhesion affects the sensitivity of RBL cells to the protein kinase C activator phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate (PMA). In suspended cells, PMA inhibited antigen-induced calcium influx (as measured by… (More)

- E Y Chang, Z Szallasi, +5 authors J Rivera
- Journal of immunology
- 1997

The rat basophilic leukemic (RBL-2H3) cell line was stably transfected with the endogenously expressed Ca2+-dependent protein kinase C-alpha (PKC-alpha) and -betaI and the Ca2+-independent delta and epsilon isoforms to study their functional roles. In addition, the Ca2+-independent PKC-eta was expressed. All transfected PKC isoforms translocated to the… (More)

- Philip Wolfe
- ACM Trans. Math. Softw.
- 1982

Many numerical methods call for repeated calculatmn of the first partial derivatives of a given function of several variables. Errors m a program for that calculatmn can be hard to discover. A procedure IS offered for testing the program and locating its errors.

- Michael Held, Alan J. Hoffman, Ellis Lane Johnson, Philip Wolfe
- IBM Journal of Research and Development
- 1984

An algorithm is given for the maximization of any function of many variables which may be described as the envelope of a family of linear functions. It is shown how the large-scale problems of linear programming to which various decomposition schemes apply can be posed in this way. Computational experience with some of these problems is reviewed.

- Philip Wolfe
- Math. Program.
- 1972

- Philip Wolfe
- Math. Program.
- 1976