2 edition of On optimization in the American university. --. found in the catalog.
On optimization in the American university. --.
Richard F. Barton
1970 by Office of Planning and Analyses, Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas .
Written in English
Presented at the Joint Meeting of Operational Research Society and the Institute of Management Science, London, June 29-July 3, 1970.
|Contributions||Institute of Management Science, Operational Research Society, Texas Tech University. Office of Planning and Analyses.|
|The Physical Object|
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Faustmann presents the formula for the present value of the income stream of forest rotation, the solution for the problem of maximizing Faustmann's formula was solved by B. Cauchy presents the gradient method J. Lines of development, breakthroughs, applications and curiosities, and links Antiquity Greek mathematicians solve some optimization problems that are related to their geometrical studies. Bejan, Adrian; Lorente, Sylvie The merit of the book consists not only in the novelty of a number of the results stated and in the originality and simplicity of obtaining many well-known results, but also in the skilful presentation of a large amount of diverse material in the form of an orderly modem theory of optimal control systems.
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