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Unformatted text preview: these approaches. In fact, there is a trend in computer systems for integer programming to include a number of approaches and possibly utilize them all when analyzing a given problem. In the sections to follow, we shall consider the first two approaches in some detail. At this point, we shall introduce a specific problem and indicate some features of integer programs. Later we will use this example to illustrate and motivate the solution procedures. Many characteristics of this example are shared by the integer version of the custommolder problem presented in Chapter 1. The problem is to determine z# where: z# = max z = 5x1 + 8x2,...
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