Zero-One Programming

Zero-One Programming

In integer programming, a way to make decisions in which there are only two mutually exclusive solutions. These possible decisions are assigned the values zero and one.
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Coverage includes the basics of management science, foundational models, linear programming, duality, sensitivity analysis, computer solutions of linear programming, integer and zero-one programming, goal programming, transportation, network models, and nonlinear programming, along with such techniques as PERT and CPM project planning, decision and game theory, the analytical process, inventory models, queuing models, dynamic programming and simulation, forecasting, Markov analysis, and relations to information systems.