The constraint set will generally form a compact set (often convex) allowing for computation of the optimal values (cf.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Constraint Set
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Conducted Susceptibility
- Confidential Source
- Confined Space
- Congenital Syphilis
- Congregation Secretary (Jehovah's Witnesses)
- Consadole Sapporo (Japanase sports club)
- Conseil Scientifique (French: Scientific Council)
- Conseiller a la Sécurité (French: Security Advisor)
- Consigne de Sécurité (French: Security Deposit)
- Constant Source
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This concept is illustrated effectively in Goldratt's DBR (Drum, Beat, Rope) concept where the constraint sets the beat (pace) for the entire system.
Although the TFP framework includes an objective function that is designed to reflect gradations in the consumer acceptability of different diets, the official TFP also supplements the constraint set with miscellaneous constraints that reflect expert judgment about the consumer acceptability of quantity ranges for particular food groups, particularly within the meat and beans category.
Many companies now see their constraint sets as the crown jewels of their board designs.
For each player i the constraint set is given by [[mu].
Since the constraint sets the pace, making it faster will speed up the whole operation.
Constraint set (1) ensures that all demand for multiple units of products is placed with the set of potential suppliers.