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Unformatted text preview: MthSc 810: Mathematical Programming Lecture 4 Pietro Belotti Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Clemson University September 6, 2011 Reading for today: Sections 2.3-2.7 Reading for Sep. 8: Sections 2.5-2.7 Hulls Consider two vectors x and x of R n . The ... hull of { x , x } is the set of ... combinations of x and x linear : { a x + a x , a R , a R } affine : { a x + a x , a R , a R : a + a = 1 } conic : { a x + a x , a R + , a R + } convex : { a x + a x , a R + , a R + : a + a = 1 } Extreme points and vertices Assume P R n . x P is an extreme point of P if y , z P \ { x } , [ , 1 ] : x = y + ( 1 ) z x P is a vertex of P if c R n : c x < c y y P \ { x } Consider P = { x R n : A x b } and a vector x R n . An inequality a x b is binding at x if a x = b Straight from your Algebra book A system A x = b can be rewritten as x 1 A 1 + x 2 A 2 + . . . + x nAn = b where A i are the columns of A . Therefore, looking for a solution to A x = b is akin to writing b as a combination of A 1, A 2 . . . , A n . Solutions and binding constraints Theorem If a system of m inequalities in n variables a 1 x b 1 a 2 x b 2 a m x b m has a subset I of binding inequalities at x , i.e....
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