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meaning that they can take on fractional values. with each constraint written out explicitly A spreadsheet representation Algebraic modeling languages A proprietary input format . Solvers A straight algebraic representation of the problem.Introduction to linear Programming Unconstrained Optimization Constrained Optimization – Linear Programming Assumes that the variables are real-valued.

 A technique that seeks to solve resource allocation problems using the proportional relationships between two variables. Production Data for Cinnamon-Scented Products .

Manufacturing . Profits Max. Assembly Max. Assembly Max.Graphical Solution to Linear Programming Problem Max. Manufacturing Max.

LINE OF BALANCE Is a technique origin in the manufacturing industry during second world war. Job scheduling Construction management Resources allocation Cost control Improving work efficiency . This technique use for the actual progress in comparison for schedule objective.


 Group these activity in logical order having wel defined stages of work  Draw the activity in logic diagram  Time analyze to logic diagram.SETBACK CHART  This chart shows the logic of construction of nit work cycle of repetitive works project. Preparation of typical setback chart  Break the unit work cycle in to activities.  Determine the activity setback completion time of unit work cycle.  Draw the project bar chart schedule or time scale network.say per .  Estimate the manpower & duration for each activity.  Calculate the rate of work per unit time .

in horizontal axis conatins time unit while in verticle axis number of similar work unit of the project.ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE CHART It’s a graphical plan of work execution. Factors affecting the scheduling chart >Activity start time >Activity rate to build up >Activity latest completion data >Float or buffer available for starting the . these graphs represents the graphical cycle of work are refered to as cyclographs or cyclograms.

 Starting from the top of the intersection move forward horizontally on the top of the line identify the latest completion point of subsequent activity.e one unit/day. Thus graph is graph shows typical EST schedule .PREPRATION OF ACTIVITY SCHEDULE CHART  Select the EST point of activity layout on the graph and draw a line sloping equal to its rate of execution i.  Proceed for sub sequent activities till activities having the least rate of execution(slope) reached.  Plot the lowest line sloping and mark its intersection with top 10 foundation horizontal line.  From activity latest completion point draw reverse line with the slope equal to the rate of execution of activity.depicting number .