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ePub Introduction to Linear Optimization (Athena Scientific Series in Optimization and Neural Computation, 6) download
Author:
John N. Tsitsiklis,John Tsitsiklis,Dimitris Bertsimas
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978-1886529199
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1886529191
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Athena Scientific; unknown edition (February 1, 1997)
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This a great text for an introduction to linear programming course. Does a great job proving mathematical rigor to optimization.

Series: Athena Scientific Series in Optimization and Neural Computation, 6 (Book 6). Hardcover: 608 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1886529199. Product Dimensions: . x 1 x 9 inches. This book allowed me to understand linear optimization deeply without prior preparation. The only disadvantage of this book I can think of is the price. This a great text for an introduction to linear programming course. However the problems are very challenging.

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Dimitris Bertsimas; John N. Tsitsiklis; John Tsitsiklis; Dimitris Bertsimas; John Tsitsiklis. Bertsimas and Tsitsiklis have written a comprehensive treatise, offering an easy-to-understand presentation of linear programming and related topics, including network-flow programming and discrete optimization. -Jonathan Bard in Interfaces, Issue 30(4), July 2000.

Introduction to Linear Optimization ATHENA SCIENTIFIC SERIES IN OPTIMIZATION AND NEURAL COMPUTATION 1. . Dynamic Programming and Optimal Control, Vols. I and II, by Dimitri P. Bertsekas, Nonlinear. 2. Mathematical optimization. 3. Integer programming. 6 To Georgia, and to George Michael, who left us so early To Alexandra and Melina.

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5. Sensitivity analysis. 6. Large scale optimization. 7. Network flow problems. 8. Complexity of linear programming and the ellipsoid method. 9. Interior point methods. 10. Integer programming formulations.

Introduction to linear optimization, Dimitris Bertsimas, John N. Tsitsiklis Bertsimas, Dimitris. 5. 11. Integer programming methods. 12. The art in linear optimization.

INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR OPTIMIZATION Dimitris Bertsimas and John N. Tsitsiklis Errata sheet Last updated on 5/15/07 The errata depend on the printing

INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR OPTIMIZATION Dimitris Bertsimas and John N. Tsitsiklis Errata sheet Last updated on 5/15/07 The errata depend on the printing. Errata in the third printing p. 223, l. 1: A0 + δA1 should be A1 + δA0 p. 259, in the displayed equation in item 4, zω∗ should be zω Errata in the second printing, corrected in the third printing. p. 27, l. −11, replace Schwartz by Schwarz p. 69, l. −13: a0i∗ x bi should be .

This book provides a unified, insightful, and modern treatment of linear optimization, that is, linear programming, network flow problems, and discrete optimization. It includes classical topics as well as the state of the art, in both theory and practice.
  • The best part of this book is the first half, where the foundations of linear programming are presented in a clear yet relatively rigorous fashion, accompanied by numerous intuitive geometrical explanations of the abstract general concepts. This approach, supplementing mathematics with graphical insights, works extremely well for this topic.

    The quality goes down somewhat, perhaps neccessarily, in the latter half of the book as topics are presented less carefully, and in a somewhat rushed manner in order to cover all of the material the authors decided to include. Given that the fundamentals are covered so well, perhaps this is a fair trade.

    The only real negative I can think of is that it's a small crime for professors to create their own publishing companies (Athena only publishes works by a small group of MIT professors) and then still charge outrageous amounts for the books. This would be completely unacceptable were it not for the fact that, unlike most self-published work, this book's production quality is on par with that of the large publishers.

  • I very much like the style this book is written in. The proofs are clear and concise, while still leading the reader through the necessary steps with conversational tone. The text is organized well, and multiple viewpoints are given on most every topic to aid people who learn in different ways. I would recommend.

  • This book is impressive for theory, every thing you ever wanted to know or how to avoid some other is here. I teach to industrial engineering students, so i have to use other books for the application, but for the theory, everything is covered here, even more, in the book are several simple rules to avoid tipical problems of the simplex method or transportation problems, or integer forms. You can't call yourself a pro if you haven't read this book.

  • I had waited for the "new" book for almost a week but received a book with torn cover.
    I'll not return because it is obvious that it will take additional weeks, and my semester just started.
    I hope that others will receive an intact one.

  • I cannot find better words to describe this book than simply amazing. It helped me build a deep understanding of linear optimization, from some basic linear algebra skills, through simplex and more modern linear optimization methods, to applications in network flows and integer programming, step by step, proof by proof, so I exactly knew what's going on all the time.

    I've gave a browse to a couple of other books and internet available courses before finding this one, but they were mostly touching the surface of the subject from a practitioner perspective or assumed a big amount of skills up front. This book allowed me to understand linear optimization deeply without prior preparation.

    The only disadvantage of this book I can think of is the price.

  • This a great text for an introduction to linear programming course. Does a great job proving mathematical rigor to optimization. However the problems are very challenging.

  • This is a great book, good examples and very simple yet precise explanations.
    I did like this one! I am studing linear programming at the university and this book helped me a lot, now I understand a lot more than I did with the other books.

  • Recommended by a friend who is pursuing his Operation Research PhD degree. Good book!