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Topic in Depth - Mathematical Optimization

Some of the most fundamental problems in engineering, science, and mathematics would take the most powerful computer in the world several lifetimes to find an optimal solution. ...
A New IFORS Initiative
Optimization has roots in operations research, and this collection of tutorials from IFORS Educational Research Committee covers many topics within OR. A fun...
Retrospective on Optimization PDF
Two chemical engineering professors at Carnegie Mellon University are the authors of Retrospective on Optimization, a fairly comprehensive paper chronicling...
Architectural Layout Design... PDF
This joint effort between architecture and mechanical engineering researchers at the University of Michigan applied geometrical and topological optimization...
Optimization Online
Optimization Online is one of the best sources for current research papers and reports on the topic of optimization. This repository receives numerous...



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