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MIE376 Lec 2 - Simplex.page20

# MIE376 Lec 2 - Simplex.page20 - ≥ ± Variables for any...

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MIE376 - Mathematical Programmingt 20 Basic variables vs. non-basic variables Solutions are vectors of variables, e.g. (x 1 , x 2 , x 3 , x 4 ) Basic if they have n variables set to zero Solve the m x m equations for the remaining m variables Degenerate basic if some of the variables solve to 0 Non-basic, if they have less than n variables @ 0 Basic feasible if they are basic and all variables are
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Unformatted text preview: ≥ ± Variables for any given solution are ² Basic if they derived by solving the m x m equations ± Non-degenerate if they solve for positive values ± Degenerate if they solve to zero values ² Non-basic if they are one of the variables set to 0 ± The Basis is the set of basic variables...
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