Proceedings of the Princeton Symposium on Mathematical Programming

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This volume contains thirty-three selected general research papers devoted to the theory and application of the mathematics of constrained optimization, including linear programming and its extensions to convex programming, general nonlinear programming, integer programming, and programming under uncertainty. Originally published in 1971. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

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*Frontmatter, pg. i*PREFACE, pg. iii*CONTENTS, pg. iv*TWO METHODS OF DECOMPOSITION FOR LINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 1*MATRIX GENERATORS AND OUTPUT ANALYZERS, pg. 25*DECOMPOSITION APPROACHES FOR SOLVING LINKED PROGRAMS, pg. 37*LARGE SCALE SYSTEMS AND THE COMPUTER REVOLUTION, pg. 51*STOCHASTIC GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING, pg. 73*THE CURRENT STATE OF CHANCE-CONSTRAINED PROGRAMMING, pg. 93*ON PROBABILISTIC CONSTRAINED PROGRAMMING, pg. 113*STOCHASTIC PROGRAMS WITH RECOURSE: SPECIAL FORMS, pg. 139*NONLINEAR ACTIVITY ANALYSIS AND DUALITY, pg. 163*DUALITY IN DISCRETE PROGRAMMING, pg. 179*INTEGER PROGRAMMING: METHODS, USES, COMPUTATION, pg. 199*ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INTEGER PROGRAMMING, pg. 267*ON MAXIMUM MATCHING, MINIMUM COVERING AND THEIR CONNECTIONS, pg. 303*PROGRAMMES MATHETIQUES NONLINEARES A VARIABLES BIVALENTES, pg. 313*ENUMERATION ALGORITHMS FOR THE PURE AND MIXED INTEGER PROGRAMMING PROBLEM, pg. 323*ON NEWTON'S METHOD IN NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 339*EXTENDING NEWTON'S METHOD TO SYSTEMS OF LINEAR INEQUALITIES, pg. 353*INTERIOR POINT METHODS FOR THE SOLUTION OF MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS, pg. 359*THE SOLUTION OF A FIXED CHARGE LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEM, pg. 367*ON CLASSES OF CONVEX AND PREEMPTIVE NUCLEI FOR N-PERSON GAMES, pg. 377*WHEN IS A TEAM "MATHEMATICALLY" ELIMINATED?, pg. 391*ON THE EXISTENCE OF OPTIMAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS, pg. 403*OPTIMALITY AND DUALITY IN NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 429*GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING: DUALITY IN QUADRATIC PROGRAMMING AND lp -APPROXIMATION I, pg. 445*CONJUGATE CONVEX FUNCTIONS IN NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 481*A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING CODES, pg. 487*MINIMIZATION OF A SEPARABLE FUNCTION SUBJECT TO LINEAR CONSTRAINTS, pg. 503*DIRECT HYPERCONE UNCONSTRAINED MINIMIZATION, pg. 511*NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING AND SECOND VARIATION SCHEMES IN CONSTRAINED OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEMS, pg. 523*ON CONTINUOUS FINITE-DIMENSIONAL CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION, pg. 539*QUADRATIC FORMS SEMI-DEFINITE OVER CONVEX CONES, pg. 551*APPLICATIONS OF PRINCIPAL PIVOTING, pg. 567*LEAST DISTANCE PROGRAMMING, pg. 583*MAXIMIZING STATIONARY UTILITY IN A CONSTANT TECHNOLOGY, pg. 591*OPTIMUM ROUTING IN CONNECTING NETWORKS OVER FINITE TIME INTERVALS, pg. 591*SECOND ORDER CHARACTERIZATION OF GENERALIZED POLYNOMIAL PROGRAMS, pg. 591*ORTHOGONALITY IN MATROIDS AND MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING, pg. 592*A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF INPUTS TAXATION UNDER LINEAR PROGRAMMING ASSUMPTIONS, pg. 592*ON THE SOLUTION OF STRUCTURED LP PROBLEMS USING GENERALIZED INVERSED METHODS, pg. 593*A METHOD FOR CONVEX PROGRAMMING, pg. 594*CONTINUOUS MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING UNDER LINEAR INTEGRAL CONSTRAINTS, pg. 594*RECENT DEVELOPMENTS INU GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING, pg. 595*NONCONVEX AND CONVEX PROGRAMMING BY GENERALIZED SEQUENTIAL UNCONSTRAINED METHODS, pg. 595*MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING BY PHYSICAL ANALOGIES, pg. 595*THE MAX-FLOW MIN-CUT EQUALITY AND THE LENGTH-WIDTH INEQUALITY FOR REAL MATRICES, pg. 596*IMPLICIT ENUMERATION USING AN IMBEDDED LINEAR PROGRAM, pg. 596*A PRINCIPAL PIVOTING ALGORITHM FOR LINEAR AND QUADRATIC PROGRAMS, pg. 597*ON THE KUHN-TUCKER THEORY, pg. 597*PROGRAMMING IN INFINITE DIMENSIONAL SPACE AND CONTROL THEORY, pg. 599*A FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING SYSTEM, pg. 600*MAGEN II, pg. 600*A PARTICULAR CLASS OF FINITE-TIME MARKOV-RENEWAL PROGRAMMING SITUATIONS, pg. 601*A DECOMPOSITION ALGORITHM FOR SHORTEST PATHS IN A NETWORK, pg. 601*THE DEGREE-CONSTRAINED SUBGRAPH PROBLEM, pg. 601*MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING AND PROJECT INTERRELATIONSHIPS IN CAPITAL BUDGETING, pg. 602*OPTIMUM DESIGN OF LONG PIPE LINE NETWORKS FOR GASES USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 603*CENTRALIZATION AND DECENTRALIZATION OF DECISION MAKING - THE DOUBLE DECOMPOSITION METHOD - GENERALIZATION AND PROOF OF CONVERGENCE, pg. 603*NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING DESIGN, pg. 605*NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING VIA ROTATIONAL DISCRIMINATION, pg. 606*COMPLEMENTARY SOLUTIONS FOR SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS, pg. 607*ON THE COMPLEXITY OF DISCRETE PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS, pg. 608*ILL-CONDITIONING OCCURRING IN PENALTY AND BARRIER FUNCTIONS, pg. 608*THE SHIFTING-OBJECTIVE ALGORITHM: AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR SOLVING GENERAL LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS, pg. 609*THE BLOCK PRODUCT DECOMPOSITION ALGORITHM, pg. 610*ITERATIVE SOLUTION OF LARGE, SPARSE LINEAR SYSTEMS AND RELATED TOPICS, pg. 611*APPROXIMATE COMPUTATIONAL SOLUTION OF NONLINEAR PARABOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY LINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 612*THE SHRINKING BOUNDARY ALGORITHM FOR DIOPHANTINE PROGRAMMING, pg. 612*APPLICATION OF NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING AND BAYESIAN STATISTICS TO THE THEORY OF THE FIRM, pg. 613*AN ALGORITHM FOR LINEARLY CONSTRAINED NONLINEAR ESTIMATION WITH EXTENSIONS TO GENERAL NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING, pg. 613*ALGORITHMS FOR MINIMAL TREES AND SEMI-STEINER TREES BASED ON THE SIMPLEX METHOD, pg. 614*APPLICATION OF LINEAR AND NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING IN OPTIMAL CONTROL OF NUCLEAR REACTORS, pg. 615*A NEW ALGORITHM FOR TRANSPORTATION AND ASSIGNMENT PROBLEMS, pg. 616*THE SOLUTION OF PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS BY GENERATING FUNCTIONS, pg. 616*ON SOLVING SOME CLASSES OF INTEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS, pg. 616*AN EXTENDED DUALITY THEOREM FOR CONTINUOUS LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS, pg. 617*THE GUIDING PERMUTATION METHOD FOR COMBINATORIAL PROBLEMS, pg. 617*MINIMIZING A CONVEX FUNCTION OVER A CONVEX HULL, pg. 618*GAMES, LINEAR PROGRAMMING AND THE TCHEBYCHEFF APPROXIMATION, pg. 619*ON A PRIMAL INTEGER PROGRAMMING ALGORITHM, pg. 619*APPLICATIONS OF THE CONVERGENCE CONDITIONS, pg. 620

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