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Such a problem, in standard form, presents an objective function Z=f(x), of n variables x, to be
minimized and a system of linear equations and/or inequalities, on the same variables, which represent
the constraints and which define an admissible area for the solution.
The architectural organism is modelled as an assembly of parallelepiped shaped space entities or units,
provided with a certain number of "holes" that permit functional corresponding connection. The pursued
intent being optimal assembly.
The model, in its mathematical form, fits a standard Non-Linear M.P. (N.L.P.) problem, since the
objective function Z is non-linear and the constraints are represented by inequalities. In its graphic form it
reproduces an image of all the space units constituting the organism; moreover it is able to represent
these units, in their logical and physical individuality, and their mutual relationship, as well as the ones
with the external environment.
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