Practical Optimization: A Gentle Introduction
by John W. Chinneck
Publisher: Carleton University 2009
This is a complete, yet compact, introductory survey text on the major topics in optimization. The material is written at the introductory level, assuming no more knowledge than high school algebra. Most concepts are developed from scratch.
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