Numerical Results for the General Linear Complementarity Problem

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In this article we discuss the interior-point algorithm for the general complementarity problems (LCP) introduced by Tibor Illés, Marianna Nagy and Tamás Terlaky. Moreover, we present a various set of numerical results with the help of a code implemented in the C++ programming language. These results support the efficiency of the algorithm for both monotone and sufficient LCPs.

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