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Re: Linear Programming

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  • Subject: [mg15194] Re: Linear Programming
  • From: "De Jonge" <Rudy.De.Jonge at>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 04:01:29 -0500
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Thnx for your answer!
In fact, yes I am looking for a software-way to do my problem.  I
thought about Storm, if you know that, but that seems not that easy. Do
you know how to do?  Yes, then I will send you one of these days my
problem detailed. OK?

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Van: steve at <steve at> Aan:
Rudy.De.Jonge at <Rudy.De.Jonge at> Datum:
woensdag, december, 1998 08:36 Onderwerp: Re: Linear Programming

>This newsgroup is only for technical discussions of the Mathematica
>software.  Are you looking for a Mathematica way to do your problem?
>Steve Christensen
>> From Rudy.De.Jonge at Tue Dec 15 13:26:50 1998
>> To: comp-soft-sys-math-mathematica at
>> From: "De Jonge" <Rudy.De.Jonge at>
>> Subject: [mg15194] Linear Programming
>> Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 19:24:50 +0100
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>> Hello!
>> If there is anyone who read this who is specialized in linear
>> please send me a mail and then I will formulate the problem I have.
>> Short: it's about a shedule I have to compose in which we have an amount
>> employees who have to work in shifts.  I have to compose a shedule in
>> the days that one employee has two days off after each other is as
>> as possible.  I give you more details by mail if you let me know you can
>> help me or not.
>> Thanks by forehand
>> Kind regards
>> Me.

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