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We welcome articles, research, biographies, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.
We welcome articles, research, biographies, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.
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For detailed instructions (fundamentals, special characters, foreign language, diacriticals, math entry, ''etc''.), see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page How to Edit].
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For detailed instructions (equation typesetting, fundamentals, special characters, foreign language, diacriticals, ''etc''.), see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page How to Edit].
To make a '''new entry''', search for the exact title you have in mind.
To make a '''new entry''', search for the exact title you have in mind.
Then follow the directions to create a new page, or click on the title-link you chose.
Then follow the directions to create a new page, or click on the title-link you chose.
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You can simply type into a page as you would an email, or copy your LaTeX replacing $ $ with <math>~</math> .
You may attach your name to your work, or remain anonymous, or reference your own optimization-related material existing elsewhere.
You may attach your name to your work, or remain anonymous, or reference your own optimization-related material existing elsewhere.
Pages you create may be protected, if desired.
Pages you create may be protected, if desired.

Revision as of 13:14, 9 June 2008

Welcome to  LaTeX: \mathcal{W}\imath\kappa\imath mization :   a repository and resource for all things Optimization.

Feel free to edit or make a new entry. We welcome articles, research, biographies, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.

For detailed instructions (equation typesetting, fundamentals, special characters, foreign language, diacriticals, etc.), see How to Edit.

To make a new entry, search for the exact title you have in mind. Then follow the directions to create a new page, or click on the title-link you chose. You can simply type into a page as you would an email, or copy your LaTeX replacing $ $ with LaTeX: ~ .

You may attach your name to your work, or remain anonymous, or reference your own optimization-related material existing elsewhere.

Pages you create may be protected, if desired.

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