James E Falk

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James E



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  • 1997-12 The Surgical Separation of Sets in JOURNAL OF GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION
  • 1995-10 On bilevel programming, Part I: General nonlinear cases in MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING
  • 1994-01 Image space analysis of generalized fractional programs in JOURNAL OF GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION
  • 1985 Computational Aspects of the International Coal Trade Model in SPATIAL PRICE EQUILIBRIUM: ADVANCES IN THEORY, COMPUTATION AND APPLICATION
  • 1976-06 Infinitely constrained optimization problems in JOURNAL OF OPTIMIZATION THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
  • 1973-12 A linear max—min problem in MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING
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