2 edition of Optimal decisions; principles of programming found in the catalog.
Optimal decisions; principles of programming
|Statement||by Oskar Lange. Prepared with the collaboration of Antoni Banasiński.|
|LC Classifications||QA264 .L313 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 292 p.|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||76143810|
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Dynamic programming is a useful type of algorithm that can be used to optimize hard problems by breaking them up into smaller subproblems. By storing and re-using partial solutions, it manages to avoid the pitfalls of using a greedy algorithm. There are two kinds of . Chapter 7 Solving Problems and Making Decisions and, as a result, require a higher degree of skill and a greater variety of skills. Simple decisions require little discussion and fewer skills, as group members make a choice from known alternatives, each of which is agreeable to them. Although weFile Size: 1MB.
Programmed Decisions. Programmed decisions are those that are repeated over time and for which an existing set of rules can be developed to guide the process. These decisions might simple, or they could be fairly complex, but the criteria that go into making the decision are all known or can at least be estimated with a reasonable degree of accuracy. The SOLID Programming Principles of OOP In short, the single responsibility principle states that a class (or some other module) should only have one responsibility i.e. one reason to change. The open/closed states that software entities should be open for extension, but closed for modification.
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Optimal Decisions: Principles of Programming deals with all important problems related to programming. This book provides a general interpretation of the theory of programming based on the application of the Lagrange multipliers, followed by a presentation of the marginal and linear programming as special cases of this general theory.
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