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Iterative Methods for Optimization

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Iterative Methods for Optimization
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Publisher: Society for Industrial Mathematics
ISBN/ASIN: 0898714338
ISBN-13: 9780898714333
Number of pages: 188

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This book presents a carefully selected group of methods for unconstrained and bound constrained optimization problems and analyzes them in depth both theoretically and algorithmically. It focuses on clarity in algorithmic description and analysis rather than generality.

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