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|Title:||Introducing new constructs for data modelling and column generation in LP modelling languages|
|Keywords:||Linear Programming Modelling, Linear Programming Modelling Languages, LanguageSyntax, Linear Programs in Declarative Form, Databases, Relational Database Constructs, Column Generation, Objects, Methods, Procedures|
|Citation:||Maths Technical Papers (Brunel University). October 1993, pp 1-31|
|Abstract:||Through popular implementation of structured query language (SQL) and query-by-example(QBE) relational databases have become the de-facto industry standard for data modelling.We consider the indices, sets, and the declarative form of Linear Programming (LP) modelling languages and introduce new constructs which provide direct link to the database systems. The models constructed in this way are data driven and display a dynamicstructure. We then show how this approach can be naturally extended to include column generation features stated in procedural forms within an otherwise declarative modelling paradigm.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mathematics Research Papers|
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