Optimization Models For Decision Making
by Katta G. Murty
Publisher: Springer 2010
Number of pages: 482
This is a Junior level book on some versatile optimization models for decision making in common use. The aim of this book is to develop skills in mathematical modeling, and in algorithms and computational methods to solve and analyze these models in undergraduate students.
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