dynamic programming The mathematical theory and planning of multistage decision processes; the term was introduced by Richard Bellman in 1957. It may be regarded as a branch of mathematical programming concerned with optimization of problems formulated as a sequence of decisions. Applications are very varied, including engineering problems and company planning.
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