Warehouse Location
Customer
We have 3 possible warehouse locations, each having a fixed cost of $350,000 per year,
including the lease, and a capacity of 40,000 units. There are 5 primary customers that
must be served and the variable cost per unit of han

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Huntco produces tomato sauce at five different plants. The tomato sauce is then stored at one
of three warehouses before it is shipped to one of four customers. Each customer must
receive the amount (in tons) of sauce given as dema

Kelley School of Business 2013
Optimization
Branch and Bound Algorithms
Doug Blocher / Rex Cutshall
C534
Kelley School of Business 2013
D e par t me n t of O pe r at i o n s
a nd D e c i s i o n T e c hno l o g i e s
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Optimization
Integer Programming
Doug Blocher / Rex Cutshall
C534
Kelley School of Business 2013
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a nd D e c i s i o n T e c hno l o g i e s
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Huntco produces tomato sauce at five different plants. The tomato sauce is then stored at one of three
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Dorian Auto
Dorian Auto is considering manufacturing three types of cars (compact, midsize, and
large) and two types of minivans (midsize and large). The resources required and the
profit contributions yielded by each type of vehicle are shown in the acco

Kelley School of Business 2013
Optimization
Linear Programming
Doug Blocher / Rex Cutshall
C534
Kelley School of Business 2013
D e par t me n t of O pe r at i o n s
a nd D e c i s i o n T e c hno l o g i e s
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LP & IP
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C534
Homework 1- Due March 21, 2016 via the Assignments tab in Canvas. (One file only please)
Problem 1
S-Song Company produces two types of HDTVs: LCD and Plasma. They have agreed to deliver
5000 units of LCDs in month 1 and 8000 units in month 2. For pl

A company that builds sailboats wants to determine how many sailboats to build during each of the next four quarter
demand during each of the next four quarters is as follows: first quarter, 160 sailboats; second quarter, 240 sailboats;
quarter, 300 sailb

VBS grapes rates its grapes in a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means excellent. At
present it has 60000 lbs of grade 1, 80000 lbs of grade 2, 60000 pounds of
grade 3, 10000 lbs of grade 4, and 50000 lbs of grade 5 grapes.
VBS has three products wine, juice and

A company that builds sailboats wants to determine how many sailboats to build during each of the next four quarter
demand during each of the next four quarters is as follows: first quarter, 160 sailboats; second quarter, 240 sailboats;
quarter, 300 sailb

A company that builds sailboats wants to determine how many sailboats to build during each of the next four quarter
demand during each of the next four quarters is as follows: first quarter, 160 sailboats; second quarter, 240 sailboats;
quarter, 300 sailb

Objective:
Max: Profit = profit from wine + profit from juice + profit from jelly
Note: pounds of X
means pounds of
inputs used to make X
Max: $2.5 * pounds of wine + $1.5 * pounds of juice + $ 1 * pounds of jelly
Pounds of wine = pounds of grade 1 used +

C534 Homework 2-Due April 11th
(3 problems)
Problem 1 (network problem)
The City of Port Charles has two hospitals. (Bayview Hospital and Lakeshore Hospital) Bayview Hospital
has 4 ambulances and Lakeshore Hospital has 2 ambulances. Queueing theory (done

Kelley School of Business 2013
Optimization
Transportation Models
Doug Blocher / Rex Cutshall
C534
Kelley School of Business 2013
D e par t me n t of O pe r at i o n s
a nd D e c i s i o n T e c hno l o g i e s
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Network