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@inproceedings{ComputationalCO, title={Computational Complexity of Complementary Pivot Methods}, author={} }

In this Chapter, we discuss the worst case behavior of the computational growth requirements of the complementary and principal pivot methods for solving LCPs, as a function of n, the order, and the size of the LCP. These results are from K. G. Murty 6.5]. We construct a class of LCPs with integer data, one of order n for each n > = 2, and prove that the… CONTINUE READING

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