Optimal capacity in fisheries; A case where randomness is of minor importance
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Linear programming is applied to assess the optimal capacity of the Norwegian industrial fishing fleet when quotas are random. A great potential for profit is identified and the significance of resource uncertainty for practical management is de-emphasized.
Keywords and phrasesLinear programming stochastic analysis
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