
optimization

Optimization disambiguation  Wikipedia.
Look up optimization, make the most of, optimal, optimize, or optimizer in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Mathematical optimization is the theory and computation of extrema or stationary points of functions. Optimization, optimisation, or optimality may also refer to.: FeedbackDirected Optimisation, in computing. Optimality model in biology. Optimality Theory, in linguistics. Optimization roleplaying games, a gaming play style. Process optimization, in business and engineering, methodologies for improving the efficiency of a production process. Product optimization, in business and marketing, methodologies for improving the quality and desirability of a product or product concept. Program optimization, in computing, methodologies for improving the efficiency of software. Search engine optimization, in internet marketing. See also edit.

Optimization problem  Wikipedia.
An optimization problem with discrete variables is known as a discrete optimization, in which an object such as an integer, permutation or graph must be found from a countable set. A problem with continuous variables is known as a continuous optimization, in which an optimal value from a continuous function must be found.

Optimization Definition Meaning  MerriamWebster.
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Mathematical optimization  Wikipedia.
Highlevel controllers such as model predictive control MPC or realtime optimization RTO employ mathematical optimization. These algorithms run online and repeatedly determine values for decision variables, such as choke openings in a process plant, by iteratively solving a mathematical optimization problem including constraints and a model of the system to be controlled.

Calculus I Optimization.
In optimization problems we are looking for the largest value or the smallest value that a function can take. We saw how to solve one kind of optimization problem in the Absolute Extrema section where we found the largest and smallest value that a function would take on an interval.

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