Integer_Programming (1)

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Integer Programming Problems Many of the LPP requires that the solution be integers.  For example, if the problem is to  estimate the maximum profit for a manufacture that produces radios, TVs, and DVDs.  The problem requires you to find how many of each product should be produced weekly  in order to maximize the company’s profit.  Since it is not practical to produce half a TV  or radio or DVD, the analysis is added with additional constraints that require the  solution contains only integer numbers of decision variables. The most recognized method to solve an integer linear programming problem (ILLP) is  text book.  Please read the text and practice the problems. Even if you do not learn anything further, you should be able to solve a simple ILLP  now.  For example, Example 9.2-1 is as follows:
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course CS csci580 taught by Professor Fang during the Spring '11 term at Northern Virginia.

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