International Journal of Statistics and Applied Mathematics
2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
An alternative of converting feasible solution into basic feasible solution of linear programming problemAuthor(s):
The simplex algorithm is a procedure that iteratively selects extreme point solutions or basic feasible solutions, but it must start with an extreme point or a basic feasible solution. So if a feasible solution of a linear programming problem (which satisfies the given linear equations along with non-negative constraints) is given, it is more important to have a basic feasible solution. In this paper, an alternative way of converting a feasible solution into a basic feasible solution of linear programming problem is described.Pages: 50-53 | Views: 1265 | Downloads: 91Download Full Article: Click Here
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Ashu Vij. An alternative of converting feasible solution into basic feasible solution of linear programming problem. Int J Stat Appl Math 2018;3(1):50-53.