Learning More: External Books and Blogs
Additional Optimization-related Resources
Below are some external resources, including interesting books and blogs you may want to consider as you look to become more familiar/proficient at optimization. You may also be interested in viewing some personalized training options and 3rd party consulting resources. We are also happy to direct you to additional training and consulting resources. Just contact us at your convenience.
H. Paul Williams A great overview and introduction to the process of creating mathematical programming representations of business problems.
Dimitris Bertsimas, John N. Tsitsiklis, and John Tsitsiklis Information on the algorithms and mathematics underlying the solution of linear programming problems.
Robert J. Vanderbei Another resource on the algorithms and mathematics underlying the solution of linear programming problems.
Stephen J. Wright A detailed treatment of interior-point methods for linear programming.
Laurence A. Wolsey Information on the algorithms and mathematics underlying the solution of mixed-integer programming problems.
Tony Hürlimann This book is a comprehensive guide to mathematical modeling. It uses about 100 puzzles as “case studies” and represents them as mathematical models.
Robert Bosch A fun and interesting book that uses integer programming models to create art.
Steve Sashihara Provides an executive-friendly explanation of how optimization can boost performance and drive innovation.
These are a few of the interesting 3rd party blogs we’ve come across. Some are obviously more active than others, and we’ll try to maintain this list over time. If you know of a good, independent OR blog you would like added to the list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Yet Another Math Programming Consultant
|Punk Rock Operations Research
|Michael Trick's Operations Research Blog
|The Optimization Edge Blog