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Optimization Methods for Engineering Design

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Optimization Methods for Engineering Design
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Publisher: Brigham Young University
Number of pages: 208

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In this text we discuss a computer-based approach to design optimization. With this approach, we use the computer to search for the best design according to criteria that we specify. Further, we employ sophisticated algorithms that enable the computer to efficiently search for the optimum.

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