This glossary contains terms specific to mathematical programming and related disciplines like economics, computer science, and mathematics. A thread of terms is constructed by following other terms that are defined within those already displayed. Terms can be removed from a thread by clicking . A new thread is initiated by following the title of one of the thread's terms.
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- General Information - A list of dictionaries, suggested methods of citation, and contribution instructions.
- Acknowledgments - We are thankful to those who have helped.
- The Nature of Mathematical Programming - See this for basic terms and a standard form of a mathematical program that is used throughout this glossary.
- Notation - Read this to clarify notation.
- Supplements - A list of supplements that are cited by entries.
- Myths and Counter Examples in Mathematical Programming, by Harvey Greenberg, ver. 4, June 15, 2009 - Some common and uncommon misconceptions.
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