Operations Research in Optimization at the Naval Postgraduate School
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This is a brief description of a long-term research program in optimization theory and practice conducted within the Operations Research Department of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). Our program is unique in that our theoretical research is predominantly motivated by pressing real-world problems for which we are allowed very little time to organize and produce viable solutions...
Naval Research Reviews, 39, pp. 9-11.
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