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by Murray, Francis Joseph
<p>The book description for the forthcoming "An Introduction to Linear Transformations in Hilbert Space. (AM-4)" is not yet available.</p> ...eBook
by Ross, Sheldon M.
Introduction to Stochastic Dynamic Programming ...eBook
by Kuhn, Harold William
<p>The book description for the forthcoming "Linear Inequalities and Related Systems. (AM-38)" is not yet available.</p> ...eBook
by Dantzig, George
<p>In real-world problems related to finance, business, and management, mathematicians and economists frequently encounter optimization problems. In this classic book, George Dantzig looks at a wealth of examples and develops linear programming ...eBook
by Luo, Zhi-Quan
This book provides a solid foundation and an extensive study for an important class of constrained optimization problems known as Mathematical Programs with Equilibrium Constraints (MPEC), which are extensions of bilevel optimization problems. ...eBook
by Calafiore, Giuseppe C.
Emphasizing practical understanding over the technicalities of specific algorithms, this elegant textbook is an accessible introduction to the field of optimization, focusing on powerful and reliable convex optimization techniques. Students and ...eBook
by Bedford, Tim
Probabilistic risk analysis aims to quantify the risk caused by high technology installations. Increasingly, such analyses are being applied to a wider class of systems in which problems such as lack of data, complexity of the systems, ...eBook
by Kuhn, Harold William
<p>This volume contains thirty-three selected general research papers devoted to the theory and application of the mathematics of constrained optimization, including linear programming and its extensions to convex programming, general nonlinear ...eBook
by Hirsch, Morris W.
<p>The intention of the authors is to examine the relationship between piecewise linear structure and differential structure: a relationship, they assert, that can be understood as a homotopy obstruction theory, and, hence, can be studied by ...eBook
by Boizumault, Patrice
<p>A semantically well-defined programming language widely used in artificial intelligence, Prolog has greatly influenced other programming languages since its introduction in the late 1970s. A user may find Prolog deceptively easy, however, andeBook
by F.A. Ficken
This concise but detailed and thorough treatment discusses the rudiments of the well-known simplex method for solving optimization problems in linear programming. Geared toward undergraduate students, the approach offers sufficient material for ...eBook