Cover: Mathematics at The RAND Corporation.

Mathematics at The RAND Corporation.

Published 1967

by Thomas A. Brown

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The text of a talk given to high school mathematics teachers as an introduction to basic ideas of four of the categories of creative mathematics in which RAND mathematicians have made substantial contributions. The author develops his discussion of linear and dynamic programming, flows in networks, and game theory on the basis of problems which serve as illustrative examples and are suited to the interests and mathematics training of the audience. 30 pp. Refs.

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