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We found in the previous section that the graphical method of solving linear programming problems, while time-consuming, enables us to see solution regions and identify corner points. This, however, is not possible when there are multiple variables. We can visualize in up to three dimensions, but even this can be difficult when there are numerous constraints. To handle linear programming problems that contain upwards of two variables, mathematicians developed what is now known as the simplex method. Although tempting, there are a few things we need to lookout for prior to using it. Mathematically speaking, in order to use the simplex method to solve a linear programming problem, we need the standard maximization problem:. Having constraints that have upper limits should make sense, since when maximizing a quantity, we probably have caps on what we can do. ## 4.2: Maximization By The Simplex Method

In this section, you will learn to solve linear programming maximization problems using the Simplex Method:. In the last chapter, we used the geometrical method to solve linear programming problems, but the geometrical approach will not work for problems that have more than two variables. In real life situations, linear programming problems consist of literally thousands of variables and are solved by computers. We can solve these problems algebraically, but that will not be very efficient. Suppose we were given a problem with, say, 5 variables and 10 constraints. By choosing all combinations of five equations with five unknowns, we could find all the corner points, test them for feasibility, and come up with the solution, if it exists. But the trouble is that even for a problem with so few variables, we will get more than corner points, and testing each point will be very tedious. ## 4.2: Maximization By The Simplex Method

For extending the common definitions and concepts of grey system theory to the optimization subject, a dual problem is proposed for the primal grey linear programming problem. The authors discuss the solution concepts of primal and dual of grey linear programming problems without converting them to classical linear programming problems. A numerical example is provided to illustrate the theory developed. By using arithmetic operations between interval grey numbers, the authors prove the complementary slackness theorem for grey linear programming problem and the associated dual problem. Complementary slackness theorem for grey linear programming is first presented and proven.

### 4.2: Maximization By The Simplex Method

Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Problem solution of linear programming using dual simplex method neural network Abstract: Linear programming LP is the term used for defining a wide range of optimization problems in which the objective function to be minimized or maximized is linear in the unknown variables and the constraints are a combination of linear equalities and inequalities.

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(Minimization problems will be discussed in. Sections and ) A basic solution of a linear programming problem in standard form is a solution of the constraint.