Seminars held in 1996

Wednesday 8 May 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Bjørn Nygreen (The Norwegian Institute of Technology) Planning the Norwegian petroleum production by use of mathematical programming
Wednesday 15 May 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Julian Hall (University of Edinburgh) PARSMI, a parallel revised simplex algorithm incorporating minor iterations and Devex pricing
Wednesday 29 May 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Erricos Kontoghiorghes (TRACS visitor, City University Business School) Computing 3SLS solutions of simultaneous equation models with possible singular variance-covariance matrix
Wednesday 12 June 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Erich Steiner (University of Edinburgh) Dynamic programming applied to the gaslift problem
Wednesday 19 June 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Julian Hall (University of Edinburgh) GanttFig, a tool for visualising parallel process activity
Wednesday 26 June 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Caroline Le Calvez (TRACS visitor, USTL - Lille I) Parallel iterative methods for solving sparse linear systems
Friday 18 October 1996 at 13.00, JCMB 6206 Paul Williams (Mathematics, University of Southampton) The progressive party problem: a difficult problem of combinatorial optimisation
Wednesday 23 October 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Werner Krandick (TRACS visitor, Paderborn, Germany) Arithmetic for the real world
Wednesday 6 November 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Tom Archibald (Business Studies, University of Edinburgh) Dynamic programming decomposition for multi-reservoir systems
Wednesday 13 November 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Harry Zheng (University of Edinburgh) Dynamic optimization via nonsmooth analysis
Wednesday 27 November 1996 at 14.00, JCMB 6324 John Glen (Business Studies, University of Edinburgh) Mathematical programming models for fisheries management
Wednesday 27 November 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 George Skondras (University of Edinburgh, EPS) New MAGIC: model-building for the 21st century
Wednesday 4 December 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 István Maros (Imperial College) Finding better starting bases for the simplex method
Wednesday 11 December 1996 at 15.30, JCMB 6324 Natalia Alguacil (TRACS visitor, University of Malaga, Spain) A model to assess the economic impact of a transmission network on an electricity generation system and its solution using decomposition and parallel techniques

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