Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Transportation Problem Last revision: 11/14/07. The transportation problem that we have considered has a remarkably diverse range of applications. A feature of such problems
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Linear Programming Part III Last revision: 10/22/07. Artificial Basis Vectors. If an LP problem in computational form has no obvious initial basis, one method to use to star
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Homework Assignment 1 due October 11, 2007 Last update: 10/5/07 1. Thie 2.2 # 14. Formulate but do not solve. 2. Thie 2.3 # 10. Formulate and solve. 3. Thie 2.4 # 2. Formula
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Homework Assignment 3 due November 20, 2007 Last update: 11/14/07 1. Thie 4.3 Problem 3. 2. Thie 4.3 Problem 4. 3. Thie 4.4 Problem 6. 4. Two complementary slackness problem
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Homework Assignment 2 due October 25, 2007 Last update: 10/17/07 Instruction: In each of these problems solve means to nd all optimal solutions, if any, by the use of the si
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Homework Assignment 4 due December 6, 2007 Last update: 11/28/07 Reminder for problems 2 and 3: a pure strategy is a complete instruction set for what a player should do at
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 2-Person 0-Sum Game Theory Last update: 11/23/07. Introduction. Game Theory is the study of conict and/or cooperation in situations where 2 or more players by their choices o
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Linear Programming Part I Last revision: 10/8/07. A Small Example A Blending Model. In order to feed his collection of tortoises Darwin can purchase two kinds of reptile pe
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Linear Programming Part IIIB Last revision: 10/26/07. Geometry of Solutions. Let S be the set of feasible solutions for an LP in standard form. We can classify three possibl
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Linear Programming Part II Last revision: 10/8/07. Computational Form for Linear Programming. Although the standard LP form and the computational LP form both use the notati
Economics 146 Fall, 2007 Linear Programming Duality Last revision: 11/14/07. A Small Example Revisited. Lets take another look at the Blending Model example given at the beginning of the notes on L
Economics 146, Fall 2007 Preliminaries Review of Linear Algebra. In this course all numbers are real. When using vectors and matrices, real numbers are often called scalars. A vector x is a nite, orde