Inference Duality as a Basis for Sensitivity Analysis

@article{Hooker1999InferenceDA,
  title={Inference Duality as a Basis for Sensitivity Analysis},
  author={John N. Hooker},
  journal={Constraints},
  year={1999},
  volume={4},
  pages={101-112}
}
The constraint programming community has recently begun to address certain types of optimization problems. These problems tend to be discrete or to have discrete elements. Although sensitivity analysis is well developed for continuous problems, progress in this area for discrete problems has been limited. This paper proposes a general approach to sensitivity analysis that applies to both continuous and discrete problems. In the continuous case, particularly in linear programming, sensitivity… CONTINUE READING
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