Publication: Education › Compendium/lecture notes – Annual report year: 1981
This book pretends to be a unified presentation of the main theoretical and numerical results on optimization, and at the same time it provides an outlook to the many areas of application. It contains what I believe is the minimum knowledge required for a serious use of normative mathematical models. Most of the results presented here are available in the current literature although they are not well-known to most users of optimization methods, - what is different is the way they are presented: stepwise from general to particular results placing emphasis on the geometrical rather than the mathematical abstract approach.
|State||Published - 1981|