References for George Dantzig

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Articles:

  1. M Aigner, Diskrete Mathematik, in Ein Jahrhundert Mathematik 1890-1990 (Braunschweig, 1990), 83-112.
  2. D J Albers and C Reid, An interview with George B. Dantzig : the father of linear programming, College Math. J. 17 (4) (1986), 293-314.
  3. D J Albers, G L Alexanderson and C Reid, More mathematical people. Contemporary conversations (Boston, MA, 1990).
  4. M L Balinski, Mathematical programming : journal, society, recollections, in J K Lenstra, A H G Rinnooy, K Schrijver and A Schrijver (eds.), History of mathematical programming (Amsterdam, 1991), 5-18.
  5. G B Dantzig, A look back at the origins of linear programming (Chinese), Chinese J. Oper. Res. 3 (1) (1984), 71-78.
  6. G B Dantzig, Impact of linear programming on computer development, in Computers in mathematics, Stanford, CA, 1986 (New York, 1990), 233-240.
  7. G B Dantzig, Linear programming. The story about how it began: some legends, a little about its historical significance, and comments about where its many mathematical programming extensions may be headed, in J K Lenstra, A H G Rinnooy, K Schrijver and A Schrijver (eds.), History of mathematical programming (Amsterdam, 1991), 19-31.
  8. G B Dantzig, Origins of the simplex method, in S G Nash (ed.), A history of scientific computing (Reading, MA, 1990), 141-151.
  9. G B Dantzig, Reminiscences about the origins of linear programming, in Mathematical programming, Rio de Janeiro, 1981 (Amsterdam, 1984), 105-112.
  10. G B Dantzig, Reminiscences about the origins of linear programming, in A Schlissel (ed.), Essays in the history of mathematics, American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, Calif., January 1981 (Providence, R.I., 1984), 1-11.
  11. G B Dantzig, Reminiscences about the origins of linear programming, in Mathematical programming : the state of the art, Bonn, 1982 (New York, 1983), 78-86.
  12. G B Dantzig, Reminiscences about the origins of linear programming, Oper. Res. Lett. 1 (2) (1981/82), 43-48.
  13. G B Dantzig, Time-staged methods in linear programming : comments, early history, future prospects, in Large scale systems, Cleveland, Ohio, 1980 (Amsterdam-New York, 1982), 19-30.
  14. G B Dorfman, R The discovery of linear programming, Ann. Hist. Comput. 6 (3) (1984), 283-295.
  15. T H Kjeldsen, The emergence of nonlinear programming : interactions between practical mathematics and mathematics proper, Math. Intelligencer 22 (3) (2000), 50-54.
  16. W Orchard-Hays, History of mathematical programming systems, Ann. Hist. Comput. 6 (3) (1984), 296-312.
  17. Professor George Dantzig : Linear Programming Founder Turns 80, SIAM News (November 1994).
  18. Selected publications of George B Dantzig, in Mathematical programming I, Math. Programming Stud. No. 24 (1985), xi.

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