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Optimization Application Diversity and Complexity

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Optimization is a procedure that seeks the best and is relevant to a wide range of applications, but uses a common statement.

2.1Optimization
2.2Nonlinearity
2.3Min, Max, Min–Max, Max–Min, …
2.4Integers and Other Discretization
2.5Conditionals and Discontinuities: Cliffs Ridges/Valleys
2.6Procedures, Not Equations
2.7Static and Dynamic Models
2.8Path Integrals
2.9Economic Optimization and Other Nonadditive Cost Functions
2.10Reliability
2.11Regression
2.12Deterministic and Stochastic
2.13Experimental w.r.t. Modeled OF
2.14Single and Multiple Optima
2.15Saddle Points
2.16Inflections
2.17Continuum and Discontinuous DVs
2.18Continuum and Discontinuous Models
2.19Constraints and Penalty Functions
2.20Ranks and Categorization: Discontinuous OFs
2.21Underspecified OFs
2.22Takeaway
2.23Exercises
Topics: Optimization

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