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A Symposium on Nonlinear Programming was held at The George Washington University on 14-16 March 1973. It was sponsored by the Mathematical Programming Society under the auspices of the Office of Naval Research and the university's Department of Operations Research. The conference was organized...
Many equilibrium and optimization problems in economics and operations research can be put in the form: Find x such that f(x) = x, where x is a nonnegative vector with component sum one and f is a continuous function (not necessarily differentiable, convex, or concave).
This paper gives a brief review of some applications of mathematical programming in the analysis of the deployment of fire engines. We discuss a semi-Markov decision process (linear programming) formulation of the problem of deciding how many fire engines to dispatch to a new alarm, a staged...
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