Arthur F. Veinott, Jr.

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*[[Vita]] (hyperlink to pdf; sent to you on Jan 29)  
*[[Vita]] (hyperlink to pdf; sent to you on Jan 29)  
*Lecture Notes: Pete Veinott was widely known throughout the operations research community for his lecture notes in various subject areas. These notes often included unpublished research findings that were widely referenced later in the scholarly literature. In addition, these notes represent perspectives of Professor Veinott that widely influenced generations of Stanford students, and subsequently impacted the development of operations research as a discipline. The notes are made available under the terms of the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/deed.en_US) Creative Commons]  by the estate of Arthur F. Veinott, Jr.  
*Lecture Notes: Pete Veinott was widely known throughout the operations research community for his lecture notes in various subject areas. These notes often included unpublished research findings that were widely referenced later in the scholarly literature. In addition, these notes represent perspectives of Professor Veinott that widely influenced generations of Stanford students, and subsequently impacted the development of operations research as a discipline. The notes are made available under the terms of the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/deed.en_US) Creative Commons]  by the estate of Arthur F. Veinott, Jr.  
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**[[Media:Veinott_Dynamic_Programming_course_notes.pdf|Dynamic Programming (Course Notes and Select Homework]]  
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**Supply Chain Optimization (Course Notes and Select Homework)
**Supply Chain Optimization (Course Notes and Select Homework)

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Short Bio:

Arthur F. Veinott, Jr (known to his friends and family as "Pete") contributed broadly to both the research and teaching of operations research, and also played a key role in creating the Department of Operations Research. His research had major impact in dynamic programming, lattice programming, and inventory theory, for which he was recognized with the INFORMS John von Neumann Theory Prize in 2007, was made an inaugural INFORMS Fellow in 2002, and was named to the National Academy of Engineering in 1986. He also played an important part in creating the INFORMS journal Mathematics of Operations Research, acting also as its founding Editor-in-Chief, and in creating the John von Neumann Theory Prize.

Further Information:

  • Long Bio  (contributed by Professor Richard W. Cottle)
  • Vita (hyperlink to pdf; sent to you on Jan 29)
  • Lecture Notes: Pete Veinott was widely known throughout the operations research community for his lecture notes in various subject areas. These notes often included unpublished research findings that were widely referenced later in the scholarly literature. In addition, these notes represent perspectives of Professor Veinott that widely influenced generations of Stanford students, and subsequently impacted the development of operations research as a discipline. The notes are made available under the terms of the Creative Commons  by the estate of Arthur F. Veinott, Jr.

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