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Degeneracy (where optimal solutions occur at non-corner points)

Infeasibility (when no feasible solution exists)

Unboundedness (when the feasible region extends infinitely)


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Linear programming (LP) involves optimizing a linear objective function while satisfying a set of linear constraints. Special cases in linear programming refer to situations where certain conditions or characteristics are present that deviate from the standard LP problem.

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Binary Linear Programming is a binary decision making that suitable for scenarios where choices must be made from limited option

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Binary Linear Programming is a binary decision making that suitable for scenarios where choices must be made from limited option 

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Certainly, here are some examples of special cases in linear programming along with how they differ from the standard linear programming problem:


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