Maximize

  • (verb): Make the most of.
    Synonyms: maximise
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on maximize:

Regiomontanus' Angle Maximization Problem - Solution By Calculus
... The angle we seek to maximize is β − α ... The tangent of the angle increases as the angle increases therefore it suffices to maximize Since b − a is a positive constant, we only need to maximize the fraction that follows it ...
Knapsack Problem - Definition
... Maximize subject to Maximize the sum of the values of the items in the knapsack so that the sum of the weights must be less than the knapsack's capacity ... the bounded knapsack problem can be formulated as maximize subject to The unbounded knapsack problem (UKP) places no upper bound on the number of copies of each kind of item and ...
Cutting-plane Method - Gomory's Cut - Example
... Consider the integer optimization problem Maximize Subject to Introduce slack variables xi, i=4, 5, 6 to produce the standard form Maximize Subject to Solving this with the simplex method gives the ...
List Of Knapsack Problems - Knapsack-like Problems
... which is also the problem of finding a maximal bipartite matching maximize subject to for all for all for all and all In the Maximum Density Knapsack variant there is an initial weight, and we maximize ...
List Of Knapsack Problems - Direct Generalizations
... or infinity) on the number of times item j can be selected maximize subject to integral for all j The unbounded knapsack problem (sometimes called the integer knapsack problem) does ... each class, we get the multiple-choice knapsack problem maximize subject to for all for all and all If for each item the profits and weights are identical, we get the subset sum ...

More definitions of "maximize":

  • (verb): Make as big or large as possible.
    Example: "Maximize your profits!"
    Synonyms: maximise

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