Mathematical Programming and Control Theory

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In a mathematical programming problem, an optimum (maxi- mum or minimum) of a function is sought, subject to con- straints on the values of the variables. In the quarter century since G. B. Dantzig introduced the simplex method for linear programming, many real-world problems have been modelled in mathematical programming terms. Such problems often arise in economic planning - such as scheduling industrial production or transportation - but various other problems, such as the optimal control of an interplanetary rocket, are ...

Mathematical Programming and Control Theory 1978, Springer, Dordrecht

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Mathematical Programming and Control Theory 1978, Chapman & Hall

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Mathematical programming and control theory 1978, Chapman and Hall [etc.], London

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