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Linear Programming 1: Introduction
By George B. Dantzig LINEAR PROGRAMMING The Story About How It Began: Some legends, a little about its historical sign- cance, and comments about where its many mathematical programming extensions may be headed. Industrial production, the ?ow of resources in the economy, the exertion of military e?ort in a war, the management of ?nances all require the coordination of ...more
Hardcover, 435 pages
Published January 27th 1997 by Springer
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This is one of the best written math books I have ever encountered. Dantzig was the inventor of the simplex algorithm for doing linear programming. His book is so well written with clear explanations and just enough theory to learn how the methods for solving various families of problems. Were I teaching a course in linear programming, it would be the book I would use.