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We welcome articles, research, speculation, biographies, homework solutions, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.
We welcome articles, research, speculation, biographies, homework solutions, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.
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* To '''edit existing material''' or make a new page in this Wiki, you must have:
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* To '''edit existing material''' or make a new page in this Wiki, you must have [http://www.convexoptimization.com/wikimization/index.php?title=Special:Userlogin&type=signup an account].
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** [http://www.convexoptimization.com/wikimization/index.php?title=Special:Userlogin&type=signup an account]
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* Contact a [[Special:Listusers|Bureaucrat]] to acquire an account with Sysop status<br> which provides page '''Delete''' and '''Protect''' buttons and other advanced features.<br>
* Contact a [[Special:Listusers|Bureaucrat]] to acquire an account with Sysop status<br> which provides page '''Delete''' and '''Protect''' buttons and other advanced features.<br>

Revision as of 19:07, 25 September 2012

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

We welcome articles, research, speculation, biographies, homework solutions, and definitions in mathematical Optimization.

  • To edit existing material or make a new page in this Wiki, you must have an account.
  • Contact a Bureaucrat to acquire an account with Sysop status
    which provides page Delete and Protect buttons and other advanced features.
  • To make a new page, Search for the exact title you have in mind. Then click on your title under Search results.
    • Or press Go with the exact title you have in mind. Then press create this page.
  • You can simply type into a page as you would an email or blog, or copy your existing LaTeX replacing $ $ with <math> </math> (e.g., Farkas' lemma).
  • You may attach your name to your work, or remain anonymous, or reference your own optimization-related material existing elsewhere.
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