**Mathematical Programming** — Former name(s) Mathematical Programming Studies … Wikipedia

**mathematical programming** — Application of mathematical and computer programming techniques to the construction of deterministic models, principally for business and economics. For models that only require linear algebraic equations, the techniques are called linear… … Universalium

**mathematical programming** — An operations research technique that solves problems in which an optimal value is sought subject to specified constraints. Mathematical programming models include linear programming, quadratic programming, and dynamic programming. Bloomberg… … Financial and business terms

**Mathematical programming with equilibrium constraints** — (MPEC) is the study of constrained optimization problems where the constraints include variational inequalities or complementarities. MPEC is related to the Stackelberg game. MPEC is used in the study of engineering design, economic equilibrium… … Wikipedia

**Mathematical Programming Society** — Known as the Mathematical Programming Society until 2010,[1] the Mathematical Optimization Society (MOS) is an international association of researchers active in optimization. The MOS encourages the research, development, and use of optimization… … Wikipedia

**Mathematical Programming Society** — Logo der Mathematical Programming Society Die Mathematical Programming Society (MPS) ist eine internationale Organisation im Bereich der mathematischen Optimierung. Ihr Ziel ist die Förderung der Optimierung in Theorie und Praxis. Die MPS… … Deutsch Wikipedia

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**Mathematical optimization** — For other uses, see Optimization (disambiguation). The maximum of a paraboloid (red dot) In mathematics, computational science, or management science, mathematical optimization (alternatively, optimization or mathematical programming) refers to… … Wikipedia

**Mathematical model** — Not to be confused with the same term that is used in model theory, a branch of mathematical logic. An artifact that is used to illustrate a mathematical idea may also be called a mathematical model, the usage of which is the reverse of the sense … Wikipedia

**programming** — /proh gram ing, greuh ming/, n. 1. the act or process of planning or writing a program. 2. Radio and Television. a. the selection and scheduling of programs for a particular period, station, or network. b. the programs scheduled. Also, programing … Universalium