Chapter 18 Part 1 - Agenda for This Week Monday, April 18...

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Agenda for This Week Monday, April 18 Dynamic Programming Wednesday, April 20 Dynamic Programming Case 3 Due Friday, April 22 Dynamic Programming Monday, April 25 AHP
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Chapter 18 Dynamic Programming – Part 1
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Dynamic Programming Dynamic Programming (DP) is a model that deals with decisions where several decisions need to be made in sequence usually over time; called dynamic , multistage or sequential decision problems Also useful for decomposing multi-variable, single-time problems into several single- variable problems at different times
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Dynamic Programming DP is a broad problem structure rather than a specific method The essential characteristic is that there is a series of decisions distributed in time, where there is an interrelationship between decisions; thus, the current decision cannot be made independently of future ones.
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Dynamic Programming Concepts Stages: each point in the problem where a decision must be made (can be actual or artificial points in time States: represents what the status of the system is
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course BUAD 346 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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Chapter 18 Part 1 - Agenda for This Week Monday, April 18...

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