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Introduction to Linear Goal Programming
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Introduction to Linear Goal Programming



January 1986 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Goal programming is one of the most widely used methodologies in operations research and management science, and encompasses most classes of multiple objective programming models. Ignizio provides a concise and lucid overview of (a) the linear goal programming model, (b) a computationally efficient algorithm for solution, (c) duality and sensitivity analysis and (d) extensions of the methodology to integer as well as non-linear models.
 
Introduction
 
History and Applications
 
Development of the LGP Model
 
An Algorithm for Solution
 
Algorithm Illustration
 
Duality and Sensitivity Analysis
 
Extensions

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