113 | | - explicit rather than symbolic ~~– ~~ they incorporate numerical problem data directly in the model; |

114 | | - specific rather than general ~~– ~~ they describe just one particular mathematical programs; |

115 | | - redundant rather than concise ~~– ~~ they describe a mathematical program more extensively than necessary, and the length of their description depends on the number and size of the data values; |

116 | | - convenient rather than understandable ~~–~~ they organize a mathematical program so that it can be stored and operated upon most efficiently by the computer. |

| 113 | - explicit rather than symbolic - they incorporate numerical problem data directly in the model; |

| 114 | - specific rather than general - they describe just one particular mathematical programs; |

| 115 | - redundant rather than concise - they describe a mathematical program more extensively than necessary, and the length of their description depends on the number and size of the data values; |

| 116 | - convenient rather than understandable - they organize a mathematical program so that it can be stored and operated upon most efficiently by the computer. |