McGraw Hill Book Co, NY 1958; 525 pages, Index, Bibliography; The Rand Series.
Condition: Good overall, gray tweadcloth hardcover, no dustjacket; titles in blue and red on cover and spine. Some shelfwear at head and tail of spine, hinges a bit weakened, prev. owner's name on front endpage. Binding is sound but a bit shakey; pages are clean with a small amount of pencil underlining.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, 1960's computers and computing, Computer Science, Computers and Society, Human-Computer Interaction, Mathematics, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous, Word Processing, Data Processing
Item DescriptionContents include -- Basic concepts of linear programming; the Valuation Problem - market solutions; the Algebra of Linear Programming; The Transportation Problem; Linear-programming Analysis of the Firm; Application to the Firm, valuation and duality;
Nonlinear Programming; The Statistical Leontief System; Dynamic Aspects of Linear Models; Efficient Programs of Capital Accumulation; Linear Programming and the Theory of general Equilibrium; Linear Programming and Welfare Economics;
Elements of Game Theory; Interrelations between Linear Programming and Game Theory; Appendix chance, utility and game theory; The Algebra of Matrices.