Algorithms and Model Formulations in Mathematical Programming

  • Stein W. Wallace

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 51)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-IX
  2. Modeling and Strong Linear Programs for Mixed Integer Programmings

  3. Advances in Nonlinear Network Models and Algorithms

  4. Mathematical Programming as an Intellectual Activity

    1. A. H. G. Rinnooy Kan
      Pages 73-90
  5. The Aggregation Principle in Scenario Analysis and Stochastic Optimization

  6. Methods for Large-Scale Linear Programming

    1. Walter Murray
      Pages 115-137
  7. Extended Abstracts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 139-139
    2. Ronny Aboudi, Kurt Jörnsten
      Pages 141-141
    3. Iain Buchanan, K. I. M. McKinnon
      Pages 147-148
    4. Robert Fourer, David M. Gay, Brian W. Kernighan
      Pages 150-151
    5. A. Haurie, Y. Smeers, G. Zaccour
      Pages 158-159
    6. Adi Ben-Israel, Sjur D. Flåm
      Pages 160-160
    7. Robert R. Meyer
      Pages 162-162
    8. Alan W. Neebe, Joseph B. Mazzola
      Pages 170-171
    9. Snjólfur Olafsson
      Pages 172-173
    10. Adir Pridor
      Pages 177-177
    11. Maria Rosália Dinis Rodrigues
      Pages 178-178
    12. Emilio Spedicato
      Pages 180-181
    13. Jørgen Tind
      Pages 184-184
    14. Henry Wolkowicz, Adi Ben-Israel
      Pages 185-186
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 187-195

About these proceedings


The NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) "Algorithms and Model Formulations in Mathematical Programming" was held at Chr. Michelsen Institute in Bergen, Norway, from June 15 to June 19, 1987. The ARW was organized on behalf of the Committee on Algorithms (COAL) of the Mathematical Programming Society (MPS). Co-directors were Jan Telgen (Van Dien+Co Organisatie, Utrecht, The Netherlands) and Roger J-B Wets (The University of California at Davis, USA). 43 participants from 11 countries attended the ARW. The workshop was organized such that each day started with a - minute keynote presentation, followed by a 45-minute plenary discussion. The first part of this book contains the contributions of the five keynote speakers. The plenary discussions were taped, and the transcripts given to the keynote speakers. They have treated the transcripts differently, some by working the discussions into their papers, others by adding a section which sums up the discussions. The plenary discussions were very interesting and stimulating due to active participation of the audience. The five keynote speakers were asked to view the topic of the workshop, the interaction between algorithms and model formulations, from different perspectives. On the first day of the workshop Professor Alexander H.G. Rinnooy Kan (Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands) put the theme into a larger context by his talk "Mathematical programming as an intellectual activity". This is an article of importance to any mathematical programmer who is interested in his field's history and present state.


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  • Stein W. Wallace
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  1. 1.Chr. Michelsen InstituteFantoftNorway

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1989
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-83726-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-83724-1
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