An implementation of LPFORM This paper describes a Microsoft Windows-based system, LPFORM, that uses a graphical interface to assist a linear programming modeler in formulating and managing models. The system facilitates model buliding by providing multiple views of models during formulation and model interrogation, methods for model integration and a relational database for handling model data. The prototype demonstrates how such a system can enhance the work of model builders in a Windows environment.
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