Notes on Linear Programming

Part XXXIX — Slightly Intertwined Linear Programming Matrices

by Richard Ernest Bellman

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The use of the functional equation approach of dynamic programming to treat a linear programming problem. This problem involves a slightly intertwined matrix, i.e., one which is almost block diagonal.

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