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A Dual Generalized Upper Bounding Technique

A Generalized Upper Bounding technique, similar to that introduced by Dantzig and Van Slyke (Dantzig, G. B., Van Slyke, R. M., 1967. Generalized upper bounding techniques. Journal of Computer and System Sciences . Vol. 1 pp. 213–226.), for solving large linear programs “with m + L equations ( m < L ), L of which have the property that each variable has at most one nonzero coefficient in them” is offered. The algorithm is a variant of the dual simplex method, uses a working basis of order m and allows implementation of various pivoting strategies. The necessary modifications to the algorithm for handling bounded variables are also described. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Management Science INFORMS
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