Mathematical Programming. Nyles Reinfeld, William Vogel.

Mathematical Programming.

Prentice Hall, NJ 1958 first edition; 274 pages, index, diagrams.

Condition: Very Good blue cloth hardcover with titles in silver and black, in Very Good white and black dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector. Some edgewear. Binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked.

Keywords: mathematical programming, Simplex 1960s, computer science case studies 1960s

Price: $6.00

Item Description

Sections include, The Distribution Method for Solving Mathematical Programming Problems;

The Modified DIstribution Method of Mathematical Programming; VAM, Vogel's Approximation Method;

The Simplex and its Formulation; Relation of Simplex to Distribution; Relaxation Method;

Case Studies in the Application of mathematical programming;

Computers as a Means of Solution (includes punched card chapters such as, Dividing up the Card, the Card for the Simplex, punching in the data, Processing the Cards, operating on the key row cards etc); Installing and Using Mathematical programming; New horizons and new developments (from the perspective of 1958).

Appendix includes Discussion of the theory of the Simplex; Bibliography; organizations, more.