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<big>'''Welcome to &nbsp;<math>\mathcal{W}\imath\kappa\imath mization</math>&nbsp;:&nbsp;&nbsp; a repository and resource for all things Optimization.'''</big>
<big>'''Welcome to &nbsp;<math>\mathcal{W}\imath\kappa\imath mization</math>&nbsp;:&nbsp;&nbsp; a repository and resource for all things Optimization.'''</big>
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Feel free to edit or make a new entry in this Wiki.
We welcome articles, research, biographies, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.
We welcome articles, research, biographies, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.
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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.
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Then follow the directions to create a new page, or click on the title-link you chose.
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Then follow the directions to create a new page, or click on the title-link you chose.<br>
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You can simply type into a page as you would an email, or copy your LaTeX replacing $ $ with <math>~</math> .
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You can simply type into a page as you would an email, or copy your existing LaTeX replacing $ $ with <code>&lt;math&gt;</code> <code>&lt;/math&gt;</code> . This Wiki even understands some HTML.
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You may attach your name to your work, or remain anonymous, or reference your own optimization-related material existing elsewhere.
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You may attach your name to your work, or remain anonymous, or reference your own optimization-related material existing elsewhere.<br>
Pages you create may be protected, if desired.
Pages you create may be protected, if desired.

Revision as of 13:29, 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 in this Wiki. 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 existing LaTeX replacing $ $ with <math> </math> . This Wiki even understands some HTML.

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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