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Volume-4 Issue-5: Published on March 20, 2017
Volume-4 Issue-5: Published on March 20, 2017

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Volume-4 Issue-5, March 2017, ISSN: 2319-9598 (Online)
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Vinod S. Bhaskarwar

Paper Title:

Need and Reasons for the Development of Performance Measures and Evaluation for the Relm of Environment Management in Indian Industries

Abstract:  Environmental management is management of those activities of a firm that have or can have an impact on the environment. The manufacture of products involves extracting raw materials from the environment and processing them to produce saleable items. As a result of the production process, various forms of waste (solid, liquid and gaseous) enter the environment. The activities surrounding the manufacturing process - such as maintenance of plant and infrastructure and the packaging and transport of goods all have environmental impacts. In addition, the products that are produced will eventually be disposed of and enter the environment as waste simply the environment acts as a source of raw material inputs to the industrial process and as a sink for its waste outputs. This relationship between Environmental management means different things to different people. Generally the focus is on environmental impacts and ways they can be minimized. The scope of the activities, resources or area that we aim to improve environmentally varies considerably

 Environmental Management System, critical Factors, performance Measures


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Awatif M.A.Elsiddieg

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Stability and Efficiency of the Positive Definite Quadratic Programming Algorithms

Abstract: In this paper we introduce some stable and efficiency algorithms for the positive definite quadratic programming. Sections (1), introduce matrix factorizations QR factorization ,orthogonal transformation using Householder matrices ,  which  leads to our main work. In section(2) general consideration is given. In section (3) we introduce the basic concepts methods linear equality and inequality constraints that leads to our methods.  In section (4) we give some of the stable and efficiency algorithms for positive quadratic programming only using KKT-conditions. We conclude our paper by showing that there are stable and efficient methods  for indefinite programming  as the extended Dantzig Wolfe method[20].  

 KKT-conditions, QR factorization, active set methods, penalty and barrier functions, complementrity.


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