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Linear Programming Bibliography

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Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Aronofsky, J. S. and A. C. Williams. 1962. The use of linear programming and mathematical models in underground oil production. Management Science (July): 394-407. (JSTOR link).

Baker, K. R. and R. E. Taylor. 1979. A linear programming framework for cost allocation and external acquisition when reciprocal services exist. The Accounting Review (October): 784-790. (JSTOR link).

Balas, E.1966. The dual method for the generalized transportation problem. Management Science (March): 555-568. (JSTOR link).

Balas, E. and P. L. Ivanescu. 1964. On the generalized transportation problem. Management Science (September): 188-202. (JSTOR link).

Balinski, M. L. 1965. Integer programming: Methods, uses, computation. Management Science (November): 253-313. (JSTOR link).

Balinski, M. L. and R. E. Gomory. 1964. A primal method for the assignment and transportation problems. Management Science (April): 578-593. (JSTOR link).

Bazarraa, M. S., J. J. Jarvis and H. D. Sherali. 2009. Linear Programming and Network Flows, 4th edition. Wiley.

Bellman, R. 1957. On the computational solution of linear programming problems involving almost-block-diagonal matrices. Management Science (July): 403-406. (JSTOR link).

Berman, E. B. 1959. A regional production and transportation model. Management Science (April): 319-326. (JSTOR link).

Bock, R. H. 1962. A new method for teaching linear programming. The Journal of the Academy of Management 5(1): 82-86. (JSTOR link).

Brickman, L. 1989. Mathematical Introduction to Linear Programming and Game Theory (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics). Springer.

Carsberg, B. 1969. On the linear programming approach to asset valuation. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 165-182. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and W. W. Cooper. 1954. The stepping stone method of explaining linear programming calculations in transportation problems. Management Science (October): 49-69. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and W. W. Cooper. 1957. Management models and industrial applications of linear programming. Management Science (October): 38-91. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper and G. L. Thompson. 1965. Constrained generalized medians and hypermedians as deterministic equivalents for two-stage linear programs under uncertainty. Management Science (September): 83-112. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper and K. Kortanek. 1963. Duality in semi-infinite programs and some works of Haar and Carathéodory. Management Science (January): 209-228. (JSTOR link). 1963. Erratum: Duality in semi-infinite programs and some works of Haar and Caratheodory. Management Science (July): 701. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper and K. Kortanek. 1965. On representations of semi-infinite programs which have no duality gaps. Management Science (September): 113-121. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper and R. O. Ferguson. 1955. Optimal estimation of executive compensation by linear programming. Management Science (January): 138-151. (JSTOR link).

Chasteen, L. G. 1972. A graphical approach to linear programming shadow prices. The Accounting Review (October): 819-823. (JSTOR link).

Chasteen, L. G. 1972. Shadow prices: A graphical approach. Management Accounting (September): 27-29.

Chvatal, V. 1983. Linear Programming (Series of Books in the Mathematical Sciences). W. H. Freeman.

Dantzig, G., S. Johnson and W. White. 1958. A linear programming approach to the chemical equilibrium Problem. Management Science (October): 38-43. (JSTOR link).

Dantzig, G. B. 1955. Linear programming under uncertainty. Management Science (April-July): 197-206. (JSTOR link).

Dantzig, G. B. 1956. Recent advances in linear programming. Management Science (January): 131-144. (JSTOR link).

Dantzig, G. B. 1957. Thoughts on linear programming and automation. Management Science (January): 131-139. (JSTOR link).

Dantzig, G. B. 1959. On the status of multistage linear programming problems. Management Science (October): 53-72. (JSTOR link).

Day, C. F. 1959. "Shadow prices" for evaluating uses of available alternative capacity. N.A.A. Bulletin (May): 67-76. (Illustration of a relatively simple linear programming problem).

De Ghellinck, G. T. and G. D. Eppen. 1967. Linear programming solutions for separable Markovian decision problems. Management Science (January): 371-394. (JSTOR link).

Dembeck, J. L. and D. E. Stout. 1997. Using a spreadsheet to solve a multinational marketing problem. Management Accounting (January): 33-39. (Using linear programming for determining production and sales mix).

Dopuch, N. 1963. Mathematical programming and accounting approaches to incremental cost analysis. The Accounting Review (October): 745-753. (JSTOR link).

Dorfman, R., P. A. Samuelson and R. M. Solow. 1987. Linear Programming and Economic Analysis. Dover Publications.

Duffin, R. J. and L. A. Karlovitz. 1965. An infinite linear program with a duality gap. Management Science (September): 122-134. (JSTOR link).

Dwyer, P. S. 1966. The direct solution of the transportation problem with reduced matrices. Management Science (September): 77-96. (JSTOR link).

Enrick, N. L. 1965. Statistical control applications in linear programming. Management Science (June): B177-B186. (JSTOR link).

Evers, W. H. 1967. A new model for stochastic linear programming. Management Science (May): 680-693. (JSTOR link).

Fabian, T. 1958. A linear programming model of integrated iron and steel production. Management Science (July): 415-449. (JSTOR link).

Fabian, T. 1967. Blast furnace production planning - A linear programming example. Management Science (October): B1-B27. (JSTOR link).

Ferguson, A. R. and G. B. Dantzig. 1956. The allocation of aircraft to routes - An example of linear programming under uncertain demand. Management Science (October): 45-73. (JSTOR link).

Ferris, M. C., O. L. Mangassarian and S. J. Wright 2008. Linear Programming with MATLAB. Society for Industrial Mathematics.

Fetter, R. B. 1961. A linear programming model for long range capacity planning. Management Science (July): 372-378. (JSTOR link).

Finn, F. J. 1973. Integer programming, linear programming and capital budgeting. Abacus 9(2): 180-192.

Fuller, J. A. 1975. A linear programming approach to aggregate scheduling. The Academy of Management Journal 18(1): 129-136. (JSTOR link).

Garrison, R. H. 1971. Linear programming in capital budgeting. Management Accounting (April): 43-46.

Garvin, W. W., H. W. Crandall, J. B. John and R. A. Spellman. 1957. Applications of linear programming in the oil industry. Management Science (July): 407-430. (JSTOR link).

Gass, S. I. 2003. Linear Programming: Methods and Applications: Fifth Edition. Dover Publications.

Gass, S. I. 2010. Linear Programming: Methods and Applications, 5th edition. Dover Publications.

Grigoriadis, M. D. and W. F. Walker. 1968. A treatment of transportation problems by primal partition programming. Management Science (May): 565-599. (JSTOR link).

Grinnell, D. J. 1977. Using linear programming to compare direct and absorption costing. The Accounting Review (April): 485-491. (JSTOR link).

Harper, R. M. Jr. 1986. Linear programming in managerial accounting: A misinterpretation of shadow prices. Journal of Accounting Education 4(2): 123-130.

Hartley, R. V. 1969. Linear programming: Some implications for management accounting. Management Accounting (November): 48-51.

Heesterman, A. R. G. and J. Sandee. 1965. Special simplex algorithm for linked problems. Management Science (January): 420-428. (JSTOR link).

Horsky, D. and P. Nelson. 2006. Testing the statistical significance of linear programming estimators. Management Science (January): 128-135. (JSTOR link).

Ijiri, Y., F. K. Levy and R. C. Lyon. 1963. A linear programming model for budgeting and financial planning. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 198-212. (JSTOR link).

Jaedicke, R. K. 1961. Improving B-E analysis by linear programming technique. N.A.A. Bulletin (March): 5-12.

Journal of Accounting Research. 1969. Corrigenda: Note on "Two-sided shadow prices". Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): Unnumbered. (JSTOR link).

Karloff, H. 2008. Linear Programming, 2nd edition. Birkhauser Boston.

Karush, W. and A. Vazsonyi. 1957. Mathematical programming and service scheduling. Management Science (January): 140-148. (JSTOR link).

Kennon, W. 1955. Product mix control by activity analysis. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (November): 319-334.

Klein, M. 1967. A primal method for minimal cost flows with applications to the assignment and transportation problems. Management Science (November): 205-220. (JSTOR link).

Koch, J. V. 1973. A linear programming model of resource allocation in a university. Decision Sciences 4(4): 494-504.

Kornbluth, J. S. H. 1974. Accounting in multiple objective linear programming. The Accounting Review (April): 284-295. (JSTOR link).

Lea, R. B. 1972. A note on the definition of cost coefficients in a linear programming model. The Accounting Review (April): 346-350. (JSTOR link).

Loucks, D. P., C. S. Revelle and W. R. Lynn. 1967. Linear programming models for water pollution control. Management Science (December): B166-B181. (JSTOR link).

Lourie, J. R. 1964. Topology and computation of the generalized transportation problem. Management Science (September): 177-187. (JSTOR link).

Luenberger, D. G. 2003. Linear and Nonlinear Programming, Second Edition. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Luenberger, D. G. and Y. Ye. 2010. Linear and Nonlinear Programming, 3rd edition. Springer.

Manne, A. S. 1960. Linear programming and sequential decisions. Management Science (April): 259-267. (JSTOR link).

Manthey, P. S. 1966. Scheduling and profit planning by utilizing the ratio-analysis method of linear programming. Management Accounting (June): 33-43.

Markowitz, H. M. 1957. The elimination form of the inverse and its application to linear programming. Management Science (April): 255-269. (JSTOR link).

Martin, A. D. Jr. 1955. Mathematical programming of portfolio selections. Management Science (January): 152-166. (JSTOR link).

Martin, J. R. Not dated. TOC Problem 1: Find the constraint and the product mix needed to maximize throughput.  Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/TOCClassProblem1.htm

Martin, J. R. Not dated. TOC Problem 2: Determine the optimum product mix with overlapping constraints.  Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/TOCClassProblem2.htm

Martin, J. R. Not dated. TOC Problem 3: Determine the optimum product mix with overlapping constraints.  Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/TOCClassProblem3.htm

Martin, J. R. Not dated. TOC problems and introduction to linear programming.  Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/TOCProblemsIntroToLP.htm

Masse, P. and R. Gibrat. 1957. Application of linear programming to investments in the electric power industry. Management Science (January): 149-166. (JSTOR link).

Matousek, J. and B. Gartner. 2006. Understanding and Using Linear Programming. Springer.

May, P. A. 1955. Profit polygraph for product mix evaluations. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (November): 307-318.

Mueller-Merbach, H. 1966. An improved starting algorithm for the Ford-Fulkerson approach to the transportation problem. Management Science (September): 97-104. (JSTOR link).

Niland, P. 1961. A course in the application of linear programming to production problems. The Journal of the Academy of Management 4(2): 137-143. (JSTOR link).

Onsi, M. 1966. Linear programming: An accounting information model. Management Accounting (December): 46-52. (A computerized responsibility accounting system).

Orchard-Hays, W. 1958. Evolution of linear programming computing techniques. Management Science (January): 183-190. (JSTOR link).

Paranjape, S. R. 1965. The simplex method: Two basic variables replacement. Management Science (September): 135-141. (JSTOR link).

Radner, R. 1959. The application of linear programming to team decision problems. Management Science (January): 143-150. (JSTOR link).

Raun, D. L. 1966. Product mix analysis by linear programming. Management Accounting (January): 3-13.

Reiter, S. and D. B. Rice. 1966. Discrete optimizing solution procedures for linear and nonlinear integer programming problems. Management Science (July): 829-850. (JSTOR link).

Ritzman, L. P. and L. J. Krajewski. 1973. Multiple objectives in linear programming - An example in scheduling postal resources. Decision Sciences 4(3): 364-378.

Samuels, J. M. 1965. Opportunity costing: An application of mathematical programming. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 182-191. (JSTOR link).

Samuelson, P. A. and R. M. Solow. 1987. Linear Programming and Economic Analysis. Dover Publications.

Sengupta, J. K., G. Tintner and C. Millham. 1963. On some theorems of stochastic linear programming with applications. Management Science (October): 143-159. (JSTOR link).

Senju, S. and Y. Toyoda. 1968. An approach to linear programming with 0-1 variables. Management Science (December): B196-B207. (JSTOR link).

Sharp, J. F. 1975. The effects of income taxes on linear programming models. Decision Sciences 6(3): 462-470.

Sharpe, W. F. 1967. A linear programming algorithm for mutual fund portfolio selection. Management Science (March): 499-510. (JSTOR link).

Simons, E. 1962. A note on parametric linear programming. Management Science (April): 355-358. (JSTOR link).

Smith, L. W. Jr. 1956. Current status of the industrial use of linear programming. Management Science (January): 156-158. (JSTOR link).

Sultan, A. 1993. Linear Programming: An Introduction With Applications. Academic Press.

Summers, E. L. 1972. The audit staff assignment problem: A linear programming analysis. The Accounting Review (July): 443-453. (JSTOR link).

Sweeney, D. J. and T. A. Williams. 1974. A method for solving linear programs with variable resources. Decision Sciences 5(2): 205-208.

Sweeney, R. B. 1965. Business use of linear programming. Management Accounting (September): 39-47.

Szwarc, W. 1964. The transportation problem with stochastic demand. Management Science (September): 33-50. (JSTOR link).

Thie, P. R. and G. E. Keough. 2008. An Introduction to Linear Programming and Game Theory, 3rd edition. Wiley-Interscience.

Thompson, G. L., F. M. Tonge and S. Zionts. 1966. Techniques for removing nonbinding constraints and extraneous variables from linear programming problems. Management Science (March): 588-608. (JSTOR link).

Torrance, G. W. 1974. Initial solution for the dual simplex algorithm - A tutorial note. Decision Sciences 5(3): 422-424.

Troutt, M. D., W. Pang and S. Hou. 2006. Behavioral estimation of mathematical programming objective function coefficients. Management Science (March): 422-434. (JSTOR link).

Vanderbei, R. J. 2001. Linear Programming, Second Edition - Foundations and Extensions (International Series in Operations Research and Management Science, Volume 37). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Vanderbei, R. J. 2010. Linear Programming: Foundations and Extensions, 3rd edition. Springer.

Wagner, H. M. 1957. A linear programming solution to dynamic Leontief type models. Management Science (April): 234-254. (JSTOR link).

Wagner, H. M. 1969. Principles of Operations Research: With Applications to Managerial Decisions. Prentice Hall.

Wagner, H. M., R. J. Giglio and R. G. Glaser. 1964. Preventive maintenance scheduling by mathematical programming. Management Science (January): 316-334. (JSTOR link).

Wardle, P. A. 1965. Forest management and operational research: A linear programming study. Management Science (August): B260-B270. (JSTOR link).

Wegner, P. 1960. A non-linear extension of the simplex method. Management Science (October): 43-55. (JSTOR link).

Wright, F. K. 1968. Measuring asset services: A linear programming approach. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 222-236. (JSTOR link).

Wright, F. K. 1969. [On the linear programming approach to asset valuation]: A reply. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 183-187. (JSTOR link).

Yahya-Zadeh, M. 2002. A linear programming framework for flexible budgeting and its application to classroom teaching. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 69-93. (Comparison of the proposed framework with traditional flexible budgeting and TOC).

Zangwill, W. I. 1967. The convex simplex method. Management Science (November): 221-238. (JSTOR link).