2 edition of Computers and mathematical programming found in the catalog.
Computers and mathematical programming
Bicentennial Conference on Mathematical Programming (1976 Gaithersburg)
Sponsored by Special Interest Group on Mathematical Programming, Association for Computing Machinery and Applied Mathematics Division, Institute for Basic Standards, National Bureau of Standards.
|Statement||edited by William W. White.|
|Series||Special publications -- 502.|
|Contributions||White, William W., Association for Computing Machinery. Special Interest Group on Mathematical Programming., National Bureau of Standards. Applied Mathematics Division.|
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