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Lectures on Optimization: Theory and Algorithms

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Lectures on Optimization: Theory and Algorithms
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: 3540088504
Number of pages: 237

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Contents: Differential Calculus in Normed Linear Spaces; Minimization of Functionals - Theory; Minimization Without Constraints - Algorithms; Minimization with Constraints - Algorithms; Duality and Its Applications; Elements of the Theory of Control and Elements of Optimal Design.

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