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Experience with a spatial model of the horticultural industry in England and Wales: some results and conclusions


, : Experience with a spatial model of the horticultural industry in England and Wales: some results and conclusions. Acta Horticulturae (55): 127-134

A decomposition algorithm, appropriate to a massive linear programming exercise, was evolved. Steps to a solution are briefly described; and results from four variations of a model shown for one horticultural sector only - glasshouse cropping. Results for other sectors are mentioned in a general appraisal of the location project.


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