By P. Valko, S. Vajda

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44) This generalized problem can easily be translated to the normal form by the follming tricks. If the right-hand side is negative, multiply the constraint by (-1). As discussed, a constraint with < is transformed into an equality by adding a (nonnegative) slack variable to its left-hand side. The same can be done in an inequality with 2 , this time by substracting a (nonnegative) slack variable from its left-hand side. The problem of locating the m i n i m is translated to the normal (maximization) problem by changing the sign of the objective function coefficients.

There is diagonal elements. Therefore, det(L) = 1, and det(U) = . T I 1=1 [aii also only a single nonzero entry in det(P) , so that det(P) = +1. Since det(1) = 1 , det(P) = +1 if the number of row interchanges translating I into P is even, and det(P)= -1 if this number is odd. The following module for LU decomposition of an n% matrix A is based m (ref. 1). the algorithm in Prcqram module M14 Since only be n-1 elimination steps are required for the decanpusiticn, it can performed also for matrices with rank(&) = n-1.

CEll . 33) can be complted also for j = M. In this case it 17 gives the current value of the objective function, since the "free" variables vanish and aim is the value of the i-th basis variable. zq - c < z . - c . , m+n, value. If zq - cq 2 0 , then we attained the optima1 solution, otherwise proceed to step (iii). , there is no positive entry in 1q the selected column), then the problem has no bounded optimal solution. (iii) If a - Otherwise proceed to step (iv). 18). p wch if aiq > 0. calculate the To understand why the algorithm works it is convenient to consider the indicator variable z j i j as loss minus profit.

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