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Dynamic Programming

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Decision variables can be considered as the influence (the independent variable), while the dependent variable, as the process response (state). Most optimization techniques seek the influence values as the trial solution variables and calculate the process response using the model in the normal calculation procedure: given the input values, the output values are determined.

Decision variables can be considered as the influence (the independent variable), while the dependent variable, as the process response (state). Most optimization techniques seek the influence values as the trial solution variables and calculate the process response using the model in the normal calculation procedure: given the input values, the output values are determined.

13.1Introduction
13.2Conditions
13.3DP Concept
13.4Some Calculation Tips
13.5Takeaway
13.6Exercises
13.1Introduction
13.2Conditions
13.3DP Concept
13.4Some Calculation Tips
13.5Takeaway
13.6Exercises

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