I'm going to implement in C a light-weight embedded LP solver for a production system. I need to be able to sequentially solve a series of (possibly unrelated) linear programs with ~6-60 variables and ~18-100 inequalities. The system is real-time, so I have ~100 microseconds to compute the solution. The good thing is that exact solution is not always required, and if computation takes too long, feasible point very close to an optimal one would work too. The bad thing is that very rarely problem is infeasible and I need to detect that in a realistic time.
Given these requirements, could you please suggest what category of algorithms should I look at: interior-point or simplex? The ease of implementation is also an advantage. Thanks!