INDEX TO EXAMPLES

R. Fourer, D.M. Gay and Brian W. Kernighan,
A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming


Model Data Example
manuf.mod manuf1.dat
manuf2.dat
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.
dist.mod dist03.dat
dist08.dat
dist13.dat
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.
prod.mod prod03.dat
prod08.dat
prod13.dat
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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