PERUSE

PERUSE: An interactive system for mathematical programs This paper describes the design, implementation, testing, and use of PERUSE, an interactive software system for obtaining information from mathematical programs. This system has been found useful for debugging apphcations of mathematical programming, quickly obtaining small amounts of pertment information, and auditing model content or structure. The command syntax is described and examples are gwen. The matrix-solution data structure that compactly stores the matrix and solution information is presented. Future enhancements are discussed. (Source: http://dl.acm.org/)

This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.


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