2 edition of **Optimising earthmoving by linear programming and computer simulation** found in the catalog.

Optimising earthmoving by linear programming and computer simulation

Ananda Kithsiri Wijenayaka Jayawardane

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Published
**1989**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesi(Ph.D.) - Loughborough University of Technology.

Statement | by Ananda Kithsiri Wijenayaka Jayawardane. |

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Open Library | OL13931417M |

Different techniques and models have been developed to address this challenge with different degree of success. This paper presents a newly developed model for optimizing scraper–pusher fleet operations. The model utilizes genetic algorithm (GA), linear programming (LP), geographic information system (GIS), and database (DB). 1. A Brief Introduction to Linear Programming Linear programming is not a programming language like C++, Java, or Visual Basic. Linear programming can be defined as: “A mathematical method to allocate scarce resources to competing activities in an optimal manner when the problem can be expressed using a linear objective function and linear.

Linear Programming Model The Floyd-Warshall algorithm provides insight into the temporary road network in earthmoving optimiza-tions. The linear programming model, which is given in (3), is established to generate an earthmoving plan with the minimized average haul time. The established model can be programmed and accomplished. optimization. The chapter provides an overall description of optimization problem classes with a focus on problems with continuous variables. It then describes where these problems arise in chemical engineering, along with illustrative examples. This introduction sets the stage for the development of optimization methods in the subsequent chapters.

Chapter 1: Introduction --Chapter 2: A Graphical Introduction to Linear Programming --Chapter 3: The Mathemtaical Model of Linear Programming --Chapter 4: Linear Programming: Numerical Methods --Chapter 5: Additional Numerical Concepts and Computer Solutions in Linear Programming --Chapter 6: Linear Programming Applications in Natural. An optimization problem that satisfies the following five properties is said to be a linear programming problem. There is a unique objective function, f(X). Whenever a decision variable, X, appears in either the objective function or a constraint function, it must appear with an exponent of 1, possibly multiplied by a constant.

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