Some Applications of the Theory of Dynamic Programming.

by Richard Ernest Bellman

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A description of the theory of dynamic programming. To illustrate the general principles, two particular problems-one of deterministic type and one of stochastic type-are treated. Published in the Journal of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

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