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This video shows how to solve the following problem. Min Z = 5x1 + x2 s.t. 2x1 + x2 ≥ 6 X1 + x2 ≥ 4 2x1 + 10x2 ≥ 20 X1, x2 ≥ 0 a) Graphically solve the linear programming problem and determine the optimal solution. b) What is the objective function value? c) Calculate slack/surplus for each constraint. d) If the RHS of Constraint #1 increases by 1, by how much would the OFV change? e) If the RHS of Constraint #2 increases by 2, by how much would the OFV change? f) Suppose x1 and x2 are required to be integers, what will the optimal solution be?
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http://alphabench.com/data/linear-programming-optimization.html Please watch: "Linear Programming Optimization Transportation Problem Excel Solver" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_v0rlpTEmc A tablet computer manufacturer offers two models of its product, the Tablet Pro and the Tablet Mini. The Tablet Pro requires 1 chipset, 15 electronic components and 6 hours of labor and returns a profit of \$182. The Tablet Mini requires 1 chipset, 9hours of labor and 10 electronic components and returns a profit of \$139. Monthly resources are limited to 1,000 chipsets, 7,000 labor hours and 14,000 electronic components. The tablet manufacturer is interested in maximizing monthly profit. What product mix achieves maximal profit? Overview of formulating linear programming models and using Solver to find an optimal solution. Includes discussion of sensitivity reports and important terminology. Demonstration of classic two product profit maximization formulation. Spreadsheet used in the video can be downloaded from: http://alphabench.com/resources.html
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Lecture starts at 8:50. Aug 23, 2016. Penn State University.
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Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! \$1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! Like the video? I'd love your support! https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt In this video, I show how to use the Simplex Method to find the solution to a minimization problem.
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duality in linear programming, duality theorem, dual of simplex, duality in operation research, how to solve a lp by dual, conversion into dual, primal to dual, lecture on duality The Duality in Linear Programming states that every linear programming problem has another linear programming problem related to it and thus can be derived from it. The original linear programming problem is called “Primal,” while the derived linear problem is called “Dual. The following observations were made while forming the dual linear programming problem: 1. The primal or original linear programming problem is of the maximization type while the dual problem is of minimization type. 2. The constraint values of the primal problem have become the coefficient of dual variables in the objective function of a dual problem and while the coefficient of the variables in the objective function of a primal problem has become the constraint value in the dual problem. 3. The first column in the constraint inequality of primal problem has become the first row in a dual problem and similarly the second column of constraint has become the second row in the dual problem. 4. The directions of inequalities have also changed, i.e. in the dual problem, the sign is the reverse of a primal problem. Such that in the primal problem, the inequality sign was “≤” but in the dual problem, the sign of inequality becomes “≥”. Note: The dual of a dual problem is the primal problem.
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Managerial Economics by Dr. Trupti Mishra, Department of Management,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Managerial Economics by Dr. Trupti Mishra, Department of Management,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Math errors: (i) at 20:10, derivative is -5Q^3 (ii) at 24:15, calculation of TC* = 26 Table of Contents: 01:20 - 3 Elements of the Optimization Problem 03:23 - Quiz Yourself 04:47 - Summary of Second Derivatives Test 05:35 - Example: Profit Maximization 15:04 - Quiz Yourself 16:44 - Example: ATC Minimization 23:44 - Quiz Yourself
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Managerial Economics by Dr. Trupti Mishra, Department of Management,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Dual Theory, Duality and Post-Optimal Analysis
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Oct 18, 2016. Penn State University.
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Lecture 1: Brief history of linear programming and introductory example IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
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Water Resources Systems : Modeling Techniques and Analysis by Prof. P.P. Mujumdar, Department of Civil Engineering, IISc Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Introduction to convex sets in R^n. Video created with Doce Nos http://bitly.com/Lx8UdN and iMovie.
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Lecture 28 (2011-04-04) Simplex for bounded variables and duality IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! \$1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! OPPs! Please disregard the Brand A and B part and keep labeling them as X and Y! Linear Programming Word Problem - Example 1. In this video, I solve a word problem using linear programming. I find the equation that needs to be maximized or minimized as well as create the corresponding inequalities and then solve.
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Lecture Series on Fundamentals of Operations Research by Prof.G.Srinivasan, Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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This video is about DECISION TREE ANALYSIS which will help you to understand the basic concept of decision tree analysis. In this video i have solved one practical question which will help you to get the process of solving any numerical question and example. After watching you will also get to know that how to construct the decision tree. I hope this will help you. Thanks JOLLY Coaching how to solve decision tree problem, Decision tree analysis, How to solve decision tree analysis, Practical solved questios on decision tree analysis. decision threoy decision tree analysis
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Lecture 2 (2011-01-31) Example continued with solution and general form of linear programming in canonical maximization form IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 33 (2011-04-25) Sensitivity analysis IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
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Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! \$1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! Please consider supporting me on Patreon! Be a Patron of Mathematics! https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt?ty=h LaGrange Multipliers - Finding Maximum or Minimum Values using Lagrange Multipliers. An outline of the general procedure along with a concrete example are shown. For more free math videos, visit http://PatrickJMT.com
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In this lesson we learn how to solve a linear programming problem using the dual simplex method. Note: You don't need to write the dual formulation of a problem to use the dual simplex. The Dual simplex is to solve the dual of given problem without actually writing its dual formulation. Sometime solving the dual problem is more economic (time -efficient) than primal problem. Since according to the dual theorem the value of primal and dual programming are the same at the optimal solution, we prefer to solve the dual instead of the original problem. In general, to solve a linear programming problem, assuming that RHS is greater than or equal to zero, you can solve the problem Using 1- Regular simplex when all constraints are in from of less than or equal. 2- Big M or two phase when there are equal or greater than or equal constraints. Problems of type 2, can also be solved using dual simplex if certain conditions are true for the problem : optimality condition and infeasibility. Two conditions to solve a problem using dual simplex: Optimality: recall that the optimal condition is when all values in the row of Z of the simplex table are positive or zero for a max problem and when all values of z-row of the simplex table are negative or zero for a min problem Infeasibility: It means that you have to have at least one negative in the RHS of your initial table. So, if any the above two conditions are not true you cannot use the dual simplex to solve the problem. You might instead use the big-M or two-phase to solve the problem.
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CEC/UGC: Economics, Commerce and Finance (EMRC,Gujarat University,Ahmedabad)
Provide geometric and algebraic insights for linear optimization
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Lecture 34 (2011-04-25) Range analysis and parametric costs IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 40 (2011-05-09) Minimum cost network flows (cont'd) IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
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Lecture 39 (2011-05-09) Minimum cost network flows (cont'd) IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Correlation using scattered diagram and KARL PARSON method is explained in this video along with example. This video include the detailed concept of solving any kind of problem related to correlation. Basically correlation refers to a statistical technique which we use to find out the relation exist between two or more variables. I hope this video will help you to solve any kind of problem related to Correlation. Thanks. JOLLY Coaching correlation regression correlation and regression correlation and regression correlation regression methods of correlation techniques of correlation karl's pearson method scattered diagram correlation in hindi correlation hindi correlation in hindi karl's pearson in hindi karl's pearson in hindi scattered diagram in hindi karl's pearson correlation coefficient of correlation how to calculate correlation how to calculate correlation in hindi how to calculate correlation using karl's pearson
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Lecture 23 (2011-03-23) 2-Phase Method to find an initiating basic feasible solution IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
The video explains the use of Linear Programming to optimise production planning. The problem is formulated in the form of a transportation model and Microsoft Excel Solver is used to solve this formulation.
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Lecture 19 (2011-03-14) Simplex method explained in terms of basis matrices IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 32 (2011-04-20) Dual simplex method IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 3 (2011-02-02) General form linear programming and matrix forms, two formulation examples IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 31 (2011-04-18) Example and economical interpretation IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
This video explains the calculation of Linear Equation in time series analsys
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Lecture 35 (2011-04-27) Parametric right hand sides and decomposition IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 9 (2011-02-16) Convexity, hyperplanes, half-spaces. IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 18 (2011-03-14) Simplex method example in dictionary form, equation form and tabular form IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..
Lecture 7 (2011-02-14) Fourier-Motzkin elimination to solve linear inequality systems IE513 Linear Programming: Theory, algorithms, and computational aspects of linear programming. Formulation of problems as linear programs. Development of simplex algorithm, geometry of simplex method, duality theory, and economic interpretations. Sensitivity analysis. Variants of simplex method..