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    Hungarian method, integer programming and probability

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    1. Which of the following are synonyms?

    Hungarian method, Flood's technique, and reduced matrix method
    Hungarian method, MODI, and Vogel's approximation method
    northwest corner rule, MODI, and reduced matrix method
    stepping-stone method, reduced matrix method, and northwest corner rule

    2. A model containing a linear objective function and linear constraints but requiring that one or more of the decision variables take on an integer value in the final solution is called ________________

    a goal programming problem.
    an integer programming problem.
    a nonlinear programming problem.
    a multiple objective LP problem.

    3. A collection of all state probabilities for a given system at any given period of time is called the

    transition probabilities.
    vector of state probabilities.
    fundamental matrix.
    equilibrium condition.

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