OPTIMIZATION MODEL AND INTELLECTUAL SUPPORT ALGORITHM FOR MANAGEMENT THE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DISTRIBUTION IN THE ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEM
Y.E. Lvovich, B.A. Chernyshov, O.N. Choporov
The article discusses the sequence of actions for the formation of an optimization model and an algorithm for intellectual support of the process of rating management of the distribution of resource support in the organizational system. The structure of the rating management system is determined by a set of features that make it possible to establish a sequence of particular management tasks that form a single decision-making cycle.The optimization model forms extreme and boundary requirements when coordinating the interests of the system’s managing center and the administration of its facilities in the distribution of resource support, which is allocated to each area of activity, contributing to a change in performance indicators to improve the facility’s position in the rating. Combining formalized requirements leads to the block task of linear programming.The intellectual support algorithm is based on a game approach to solving the block problem of linear programming. To this end, a transition was made to the vector-matrix form for writing direct and dual linear programming problems and iteratively searching for the saddle point of the Langrazh function with preliminary separation of the coefficient matrix and the constraint vector into two parts.
Keywords: organizational system, rating management, optimization, intellectual support, linear block programming.