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Title: LINEAR PROGRAMMING AS A TOOL FOR AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ANALYSIS
Authors: Walker, Neal
Monypenny, Richard
Issue Date: 1976-12
Abstract: As sector programming models have increased in number, they have also increased, individually, in size and complexity. This increased sophistication has presented to researchers well-defined and difficult choices, the resolution of which usually involves compromise of either model generality or theoretical rigor. This paper discusses problems typical of those encountered in construction of large-scale programming models, and presents an overview of the goals of such models and the uses to which they have been applied.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/9167
Institution/Association: Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics>Volume 44, Number 04, December 1976
Total Pages: 14
Language: English
From Page: 165
To Page: 178
Collections:Volume 44, Number 04, December 1976

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