Consortium to Develop an Intelligent Mathematical Programming System (IMPS)
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|Harvey Greenberg; Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Colorado at Denver|
|Advances in computing technology have created a situation where we can solve larger problems than we can understand. This is true for most linear programs, and it is becoming increasingly true for nonlinear and integer forms. In addition, model management can be confounded by large models, especially when they are eclectic. To deal with this bottleneck in productive use of mathematical programming for decision support, a research project began in 1985 to develop an Intelligent Mathematical Programming System (IMPS). It was dissolved in 1986 but the IMPS software (ANALYZE, MODLER, and RANDMO, for DOS or linux) is still available, with a IMPS software bibliography.|
|Resource Types:||Research Centers, Bibliographies, Topic Tools Miscellaneous|
|Math Topics:||Linear Programming|
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