Harold William Kuhn
Princeton University Press, 1970 - Princeton, NJ - 620 pages
This volume contains thirty-three selected general research papers devoted to the theory and application of the mathematics of constrained optimization, including linear programming and its extensions to convex programming, general nonlinear programming, integer programming, and programming under uncertainty.
Originally published in 1971.
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