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Optimization is an essential technique for solving problems in areas as diverse as accounting, computer science and engineering. Assuming only basic linear algebra and with a clear focus on the fundamental concepts, this textbook is the perfect starting point for first- and second-year undergraduate students from a wide range of backgrounds and with varying levels of ability. Modern, real-world examples motivate the theory throughout. The authors keep the text as concise and focused as possible, with more advanced material treated separately or in starred exercises. Chapters are self-contained so that instructors and students can adapt the material to suit their own needs and a wide selection of over 140 exercises gives readers the opportunity to try out the skills they gain in each section. Solutions are available for instructors. The book also provides suggestions for further reading to help students take the next step to more advanced material.Read more
- Course-tested material from authors with 40 years of teaching experience
- Self-contained chapters make it suitable for independent study
- Prepares the reader for more advanced courses in optimization
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- Date Published: September 2014
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107053441
- length: 282 pages
- dimensions: 244 x 170 x 17 mm
- weight: 0.73kg
- contains: 55 b/w illus. 25 colour illus. 20 tables 140 exercises
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Solving linear programs
3. Duality through examples
4. Duality theory
5. Applications of duality
6. Solving integer programs
7. Nonlinear optimization
Appendix A. Computational complexity
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