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Ed McCarthy

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Re: [mg5155] Nonlinear Programming
Posted: Nov 7, 1996 12:42 AM
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Check out Varian's books on Mathematica for Econ and Finance--I think
you'll find what you need there. I think they are listed in the Wolfram

Ed McCarthy

> From: Roger J. Brown <rjb21@psu.edu>
> To: mathgroup@smc.vnet.net
> Subject: [mg5155] Nonlinear Programming
> Date: Wednesday, November 06, 1996 1:33 AM
> I am just beginning to learn Mathematica and at the same time taking a

graduate course in Math for Economics. I find nothing in the manual for
non-linear programming or Lagrangian multiplier or Kuhn-Tucker conditions.
Any ideas out there?
> Thanks
> Roger J. Brown

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