Volume 12, Number 2, 1978
|Page(s)||117 - 139|
|Published online||06 February 2017|
- 1. HASEMAN W. D. and A. B. WHINSTON, Introduction to Data Management, Richard D. Irwin, 1977.
- 2. R.H. BONCZEK, C. W. HOLSAPPLE and A. B. WHINSTON, Extensions and Corrections for the CODAS YL Approach to Data Base Management, International Journal of Information Systems, Vol.2, 1976. [Zbl: 0335.68026]
- 3. CODASYL: Data Base Task Group Report, A.C.M., April 1971.
- 4. G. GRAVES, D. PINGRY and A. WHINSTON, Water Quality Control: Nonlinear Programming Algorithm, Revue Française d'Automatique, Informatique et Recherche Opérationnelle, October 1972. [EuDML: 104548]
- 5. W. D. HASEMAN, C. W. HOLSAPPLE and A. B. WHINSTON, Implementation of a Large Scale Water Quality Data Management System, Socio Economic Planning Sciences, vol. 10, March 1976.
- 6. W. D. HASEMAN, C. W. HOLSAPPLE and A. B. WHINSTON, O. R. Data Base Interface - An Application to Pollution Control, Computers and Operations Research, January 1976.
- 7. W. D. HASEMAN, A. Z. LIEBERMAN and A. B. WHINSTON, Water Quality Management and Information Systems, Journal of Hydraulics Div. A.S.C.E., March 1975.
- 8. W. D. HASEMAN and A. B. WHINSTON, A Data Base for Nonprogrammers, Datamation, May 1975.
- 9. C. W. HOLSAPPLE and A. B. WHINSTON, A Decision Support System for Area-wide Water Quality Planning, Socio Economic Planning Sciences Vol, 10, 1976.
- 10. D. E. PINGRY and A. B. WHINSTON, A Multigoal Water Quality Planning Model, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Div. A.S.C.E., December 1973.
- 11. W. D. HASEMAN and A. B. WHINSTON, Automatic Program Interface, The Computer Journal November 1977.
- 12. G. B. DANTZIG and P. WOLFE, Decomposition Principle for Linear Programs, Operations Research, Vol. 8, 1960. [Zbl: 0093.32806]
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