### Some articles on *programming problem, programming, problems, problem*:

... A linear

**programming problem**is one in which we wish to maximize or minimize a linear objective function of real variables over a polyhedron ... In semidefinite

**programming**, we instead use real-valued vectors and are allowed to take the dot product of vectors nonnegativity constraints on real ... Specifically, a general semidefinite

**programming problem**can be defined as any mathematical

**programming problem**of the form ...

... for solving a class of mathematical

**problems**called integer

**programming**(IP)

**problems**and its variants ... A linear

**programming problem**is an optimization (mathematics)

**problem**in which we want to maximize or minimize a linear objective function over a set of linear constraints ... A Pure Integer

**Programming problem**is a Linear

**Programming problem**in which all the variables are allowed to assume only integer values ...

... is an effective device for discovering these prices from the underlying linear

**programming problem**... to integer rather than ordinary linear

**programming problem**... To study this

**problem**, Scarf (1981, 1986) developed an entirely different analytical apparatus-called a neighbourhood system, to replace the pricing test ...

**Programming Problem**- Date Bugs Similar To Y2K - Year 2038 Problem

1, the largest number representable by a signed 32-bit integer, causing the Year 2038

**problem**(also known as the Unix Millennium bug, or Y2K38) ... To solve this

**problem**, many systems and languages have switched to a 64-bit timestamp, or supplied alternatives which are 64-bit ...

### Famous quotes containing the words problem and/or programming:

“How much atonement is enough? The bombing must be allowed as at least part-payment: those of our young people who are concerned about the moral *problem* posed by the Allied air offensive should at least consider the moral *problem* that would have been posed if the German civilian population had not suffered at all.”

—Clive James (b. 1939)

“If there is a price to pay for the privilege of spending the early years of child rearing in the driver’s seat, it is our reluctance, our inability, to tolerate being demoted to the backseat. Spurred by our success in *programming* our children during the preschool years, we may find it difficult to forgo in later states the level of control that once afforded us so much satisfaction.”

—Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)