UIMP: User Interface for Mathematical Programming

@article{Ellison1982UIMPUI,
  title={UIMP: User Interface for Mathematical Programming},
  author={Eldon F. D. Ellison and Gautam Mitra},
  journal={ACM Trans. Math. Softw.},
  year={1982},
  volume={8},
  pages={229-255}
}
UIMP is a matrix-generator report-writer system designed to aid the reahzation (generation) of mathematical programming models and also the analysis-reporting of the solutions of such models The data-structure facility of the system allows the underlying structure of a user model to be captured and helps to define such models This data-structure feature is not only a powerful modeling aid, it also finds use in the analysis of solutions and report generation The experience of using the system… 

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