Experiments in linear programming : notes on linear programming and extensions, part 63

by Leola Cutler


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A summary of the main results to date of the SCEMP Project (Standardized Computational Experiments in Mathematical Programming), involving the solution of nine linear programming problems using thirty variations of the simplex method. The statistics collected allow comparison of most of the variations which have been proposed in recent years and indicate the important features in the efficiency of linear programming routines. 61 pp.

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