A discrete version of the continuous joint production model in economic theory is presented for use in designing multiple-use projects and identifying efficient management prescriptions for forest planning. Data requirements are less demanding than the continuous theoretical model, yet some of the more important features are maintained. Models can be formulated graphically or as mixed-integer programming problems that are easily solved via computerized routines.
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, "An Application of Discrete Optimization for Developing Economically Efficient Multiple-Use Projects" (1985). Forestry. Paper 74.