Master of Science
John W. Adams
The one period, one dimension allocation model is described and developed mathematically. Two computational difficulties are investigated. If enumeration is used to progress from stage to stage through the model, then no difference could be found in the allocations due to the order of consideration of the projects. The projects may be numbered in an arbitrary manner and the allocations and the resulting total returns will be the same.
Lowe, James Williams, "Computational aspects of dynamic programming applied to the one period, one dimension allocation model" (1970). Theses and Dissertations. 3872.