PAGP
PAGP, a partitioning algorithm for (linear) goal programming problems
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This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.
This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 9 articles )
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- Balas, Egon; Fischetti, Matteo; Zanette, Arrigo: On the enumerative nature of Gomory’s dual cutting plane method (2010)
- Kasana, H. S.; Kumar, K. D.: Grouping algorithm for linear goal programming problems (2003)
- Saber, Hussein M.; Ravindran, A.: A partitioning gradient based (PGB) algorithm for solving nonlinear goal programming problems (1996)
- Sutardi; Bector, C. R.; Goulter, Ian: Multiobjective water resources investment planning under budgetary uncertainty and fuzzy environment (1995)
- Saber, Hussein M.; Ravindran, A.: Nonlinear goal programming theory and practice: A survey (1993)
- Lashine, Sherif; Foote, B.; Ravindran, A.: A nonlinear mixed integer goal programming model for the two-machine closed flow shop (1991)
- Grove, M. A.: A surrogate for linear programs with random requirements (1988)
- Arthur, Jeffrey L.; Ravindran, A.: PAGP, a partitioning algorithm for (linear) goal programming problems (1980)