Hello, I was solving a case study assigned to me and it is a transportation linear programming problem. I found the answers using excel solver and lingo and they were indeed identical and optimal. However The following questions were asking if my optimal answer is degenerate and why, in fact, all I know is that I can identify degeneracy in the first iteration not in the optimal solution? (If I'm not mistaken). Following by the other question asking if my optimal solution is unique, and I found no answer to this neither online nor in the text book. Can someone help me?

asked 20 Dec '15, 20:49

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I posted something about this in "Detecting Multiple Optima in an LP". It gives a brief mention of detecting degeneracy as well.


answered 23 Dec '15, 19:07

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