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- Adaptive control processes : a guided tour
- Applied dynamic programming
- Applied mathematical programming
- Cones, matrices and mathematical programming
- Data mining and mathematical programming
- Dynamic programming
- Dynamic programming and the calculus of variations
- Dynamic programming; : sequential scientific management
- Finite state Markovian decision processes
- Foundations of non-stationary dynamic programming with discrete time parameter
- Geometric algorithms and combinatorial optimization
- Integer programming.
- Interior point algorithms : theory and analysis
- Introduction to dynamic programming
- Introduction to finite mathematics and linear programming
- Introduction to optimization theory
- Mathematical programming
- Mathematical programming : the state of the art, Bonn 1982
- Mathematical programming : theory and algorithms
- Mathematical programming and electrical networks
- Mathematical programming methods
- Mathematical programming methods for geographers and planners
- Mathematical programming with data perturbations I
- Mathematics of the decision sciences
- Matrices and simplex algorithms : a textbook in mathematical programming and its associated mathematical topics
- Matrix methods in economics
- Methods of feasible directions; : a study in linear and nonlinear programming
- Multi-armed bandit allocation indices
- Multiobjective programming and planning
- Multiple criteria optimization : theory, computation, and application
- Necessary conditions for an extremum
- Network flow, transportation, and scheduling; theory and algorithms
- Nonlinear programming
- Nonlinear programming
- Nonlinear programming; : a unified approach,
- Nonserial dynamic programming
- Operations research;
- Optimal control by mathematical programming
- Optimization
- Optimization methods for large-scale systems ... with applications.
- Optimization theory for large systems
- Optimization theory with applications
- Patterns of problem solving
- Perspectives on optimization; : a collection of expository articles.
- Probabilistic programming
- Problem complexity and method efficiency in optimization
- Programming for optimal decisions: selected readings in mathematical programming techniques for management problems;
- Quasilinearization and nonlinear boundary-value problems
- Resource allocation problems : algorithmic approaches
- Sensitivity, stability, and parametric analysis
- Theory of duality in mathematical programming
- Theory of optimal control and mathematical programming

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