|Figures 1-3 and 1-4: a simple maximum-revenue production model. Data in manuf1.dat is as given in the paper, while manuf2.dat produces a more interesting solution.|
|Appendix A: Determination of a production and distribution plan to meet given demands for a set of goods. The formulation is motivated by the experiences of a large producer in the United States. The data are for a set of 3 products (shown in the paper), and sets of 8 and 13 products.|
|egypt1.mod||egypt1.dat||Appendix B: a static production model based on a World Bank study of the Egyptian fertilizer industry.|
|egypt2.mod||egypt2.dat||Same, but using indexed collections of sets instead of ordered pairs. This is the version that appears in the paper.|
|Appendix C: Determination of a series of workforce levels to meet demands and inventory requirements over time. The formulation is motivated by the experiences of a large producer in the United States. The data are for 13 periods with 3 products (shown in the paper), and with 8 and 13 products.|
|train2.mod||train2.dat||Appendix D: Allocation of passenger cars to trains to minimize cars required or car-miles run.|
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