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Some properties of a class of continuous linear programs
Some properties of a class of continuous linear programs,Siam Journal on Control and Optimization,E. J. Anderson,P. Nash,A. F. Perold
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E. J. Anderson
,
P. Nash
,
A. F. Perold
Journal:
Siam Journal on Control and Optimization  SIAM
, 1983
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...Some special cases of SCLP were solved by Anderson, Nash and Philpott [5, 6, 7, 8] and Hajek and Ogier [24], and some general results were derived by Anderson, Nash and Perold [
4
]...
Gideon Weiss
.
A simplex based algorithm to solve separated continuous linear program...
...Anderson, Nash, and Perold [
3
] characterized the extreme point solutions to SCLP...
...Anderson, Nash, and Perold [
3
] characterize the extreme point solutions to a class of continuous linear programs that include uid relaxations...
...Lemma 3.4 ([
3
] Theorem 4). For any instance of MHC, there always exists a piecewise constant f ...
Lisa Fleischer
,
et al.
Approximately optimal control of fluid networks
...A precise characterization of basic feasible solutions for SCLP has been developed in Anderson et al. [
2
]...
...The first of these may be found in Anderson et al. [
2
]...
...on [0,
2
], π1(t) and π2(t) monotonic increasing and right continuous on [0, 2] with π1(2) = π2(2) = 0...
...on [0, 2], π1(t) and π2(t) monotonic increasing and right continuous on [0,
2
] with π1(2) = π2(2) = 0...
...Testing these dual variables for feasibility in EX* we observe that both π1(t) and π2(t) are monotonic increasing on [0,
2
] (and are both right continuous and equal to 0 at...
Malcolm C. Pullan
.
An extended algorithm for separated continuous linear programs
...A full characterisation of the extreme points of the feasible region for SCLP has been derived by Anderson et al. [
2
]...
...On [1,
2
] our initial x(t) was identical to that of the optimal x*(t)...
Edward J. Anderson
,
et al.
Purification for separated continuous linear programs
...old [
2
] studied the properties of the extreme solutions of the SCLP, based on which Anderson and Philpott [4] developed a simplex type of algorithm for a networkbased SCLP...
Xiaoqing Wang
,
et al.
Separated Continuous Conic Programming: Strong Duality and an Approxim...
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Approximate Solutions and Duality Theorems for ContinuousTime Linear Fractional Programming Problems
ChingFeng Wen
,
HsienChung Wu
Journal:
Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization  NUMER FUNC ANAL OPTIMIZ
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Using the Dinkelbachtype algorithm to solve the continuoustime linear fractional programming problems
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ChingFeng Wen
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HsienChung Wu
Journal:
Journal of Global Optimization
, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 237263, 2011
Continuoustime linear programming problems revisited: A perturbation approach
HsienChung Wu
Journal:
Optimization
, vol. aheadofp, no. aheadofp, pp. 138, 2011
A simplex based algorithm to solve separated continuous linear programs
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Citations: 28
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Gideon Weiss
Journal:
Mathematical Programming
, vol. 115, no. 1, pp. 151198, 2008
Continuoustime optimization problems involving invex functions
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Citations: 6
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V. A. de Oliveira
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M. A. RojasMedar
Journal:
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications  J MATH ANAL APPL
, vol. 327, no. 2, pp. 13201334, 2007