## The New Encyclopędia Britannica, Volume 30Encyclopędia Britannica, 1992 - Encyclopedias and dictionaries |

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Optimization includes

control theory , the various aspects of which are treated in this article . Game

theory is often included as well , since early work on optimization was extended

by the ...

Optimization includes

**linear**and nonlinear programming , cybernetics , andcontrol theory , the various aspects of which are treated in this article . Game

theory is often included as well , since early work on optimization was extended

by the ...

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If 1 and 2 take equal times to make

called the simplex and the machine time available allows a maximum of ten

computational method was introduced which turned out to be made in a batch ,

then xy + ...

If 1 and 2 take equal times to make

**linear**movement along polygonal edgescalled the simplex and the machine time available allows a maximum of ten

computational method was introduced which turned out to be made in a batch ,

then xy + ...

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Stanford

electrons and positrons ( Figure 6 ) . It has an output energy capacity of 50 GeV ,

and electron - beam currents in excess of 50 microamperes and positron - beam

...

Stanford

**linear**accelerator centre ) is the source of very energetic beams ofelectrons and positrons ( Figure 6 ) . It has an output energy capacity of 50 GeV ,

and electron - beam currents in excess of 50 microamperes and positron - beam

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### Contents

NUMBER GAMES and Other Mathematical Recreations | 1 |

NUMBER THEORY | 14 |

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS | 38 |

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