Mathematical Programming Methods for Geographers and Planners
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Originally published in 1983, this was the first text to offer an in-depth treatment of mathematical programming methods explained from first principles. It considers all the major programming techniques and fully explains key terms, illustrates theories with detailed examples and show how the various skills are applied in practice. It will be invaluable in both the academic world and to policy formulators and planners, who make extensive use of the methods described.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Network Models 3. The Transportation and Related Problems 4. Linear Programming: The Simplex Methods 5. Linear Programming : Sensitivity Analysis and the Dual 6. Integer Programming 7. Zero-One Programming 8. Nonlinear Programming 9. Dynamic Programming 10. Goal Programming and Related Topics.