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Generalization of linear programming for optimization of formulation of food blends. I. Linear programming


, : Generalization of linear programming for optimization of formulation of food blends. I. Linear programming. Lebensmittel Wissenschaft + Technology 6(3): 97-101

The principle of linear programming is explained with reference to a theoretical example (determining the optimum formula for a food blend).

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