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Unformatted text preview: in row 0. d) Insert the current basic feasible solution after this iteration into the graph. What basic feasible solutions will be visited by the simplex algorithm starting from this current bfs? Why? P2 We just take the variable with the most negative coeﬃcient in row 0 as entering variable. It can be suggested that at each iteration of the 1 simplex algorithm, the entering variable should be the variable that would bring the greatest increase in the objective function. Why is this rule hardly ever used although it usually results in fewer iterations? 2...
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 Fall '07
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 Linear Programming, Optimization, Simplex algorithm, Basic Feasible Solutions, Dr. Sarah Drewes

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