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  • To: mathgroup at yoda.ncsa.uiuc.edu
  • Subject: mathematica question
  • From: duncan at smogland.janet.ucla.edu (Phil Duncan)
  • Date: Sun, 4 Nov 90 20:53:14 GMT

  I am new to the world of Mathematica.  I hope this is an appropriate
question for this mail alias.

  I am looking into the possibility of using Mathematica for
an application that combines graph manipulation and linear
programming.  It appears that linear programming routines do
not come standard with Mathematica.  Does anyone know of
a package for linear programming, Simplex or otherwise?

  Please send replies to duncan at janet.ucla.edu or
			 !(uunet,ucbvax,rutgers)!seas.ucla.edu!duncan

  All suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

					Phil Duncan


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