Dynamic programming: models and applications

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Prentice Hall, Incorporated, 1982 - Mathematics - 227 pages
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Introduction to sequential decision processes covers use of dynamic programming in studying models of resource allocation, methods for approximating solutions of control problems in continuous time, production control, decision-making in the face of an uncertain future, and inventory control models. A prior course in operations research is prerequisite. 1982 edition.

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Contents

ALLOCATION MARGINAL ANALYSIS
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VIII
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A MARKOV DECISION MODEL
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Educated at Princeton and Northwestern Universities, Eric V. Denardo worked for AT&T and The Rand Corporation before joining the faculty of Yale University. His work is noted for its breadth, innovation, and elegance.

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