Dynamic programming and ill-conditioned linear systems

by Richard Ernest Bellman, Robert E. Kalaba, Jo Ann Lockett

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A report on computer techniques combining several methods of approximation. Dynamic programming, successive approximations, extrapolation, and smoothing are used to treat ill-conditioned systems. Numerical examples are given. 32 pp.

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