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Technical Reports

I tend not to write reports anymore. Nevertheless, for the record here is the list of the old stuff.

- Sniedovich M. - A formal look at the principle of optimality and dynamic programming, Research Report 77-WR-1, Water Resources Program, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. (1977).
- Sniedovich M. - On the modelling of dynamic programming, Research Report 77-WR-7, Water Resources Program, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. (1977).
- Sniedovich M. - Stochastic expansion problems. Research Report 77-WR-6, Water Resources Program, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. (1977).
- Sniedovich M. - The application of dynamic programming in water resources systems: myths and facts, RC 7431, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, (1978)
- Sniedovich M.- Chance constrained dynamic programming, RC 7459, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, (1979).
- Sniedovich M. - A note on the heuristic of heuristic decision rules, RC 7678, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, (1979).
- Sniedovich M. - Moments estimation under linear decision rules, RC 7679, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, (1979).
- Sniedovich M. - General operators in globally constrained stochastic dynamic programming problems, TWISK #170, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1980).
- Sniedovich M. - A note on Kuhn-Tucker conditions and their applications in water resources management, Internal Report #274, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1980).
- Sniedovich M. - Mathematical models and their applications, Internal Report # 391, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1981).
- Sniedovich M. - Direct definition of APL functions. Internal Report #341, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1981).
- Nielsen P.A. and Sniedovich M. - Style and efficiency in APL, Internal Report #391, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1982).
- Sniedovich M. - APL and the curse of dimensionality. Internal Report #412, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA (1982).
- Sniedovich M. - Interactive decision analysis and modelling, in TWISK #297, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1982).
- Sniedovich M. - Beyond interactive modelling, Internal Report #490, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1983).
- Mehrez A. and Sniedovich M. - An analysis of a dynamic project cost problem. TWISK #338, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA (1984).
- Sniedovich M. - Eureka! Bellman's Principle of Optimality is valid!, TWISK #356, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1984).
- Sniedovich M. - Beyond Basic and Fortran. Journal of the SIE Department Computing Research Facility and Library, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1(2): pp. 3 - 8 (1984).
- Sniedovich M. - Extending the parameter space of c-programming to Rn,Working Paper 85-007, Systems and Industrial Engineering Department, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (1985).
- Sniedovich M. - On the maximization of generalized convex functions. TWISK #452, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA (1986).
- Sniedovich M. - C-programming and maximal mean-standard deviation ratio problems, TWISK #457, NRIMS, CSIR, Pretoria, RSA, (1986).
- Weistroffer, R.W. and Sniedovich, M. - Toward a non-sequential and interactive approach to data processing. PKOMP 88/19, Centre for Advanced Computing and Decision Support, CSIR, Pretoria (1988).
- Macalalag E. and Sniedovich M. - On the importance of being a sensitive LP package, Reprint Series No. 3-1991, Department of Mathematics, The University of Melbourne, (1991).
- Domingo A. and Sniedovich M. - Experiments with c-programming algorithms for nonseparable dynamic programming problems, Reprint Series No. 8-1991, Department of Mathematics, The University of Melbourne, (1991).
- Sniedovich M, Macalalag E., and Findlay S., CCLP(P) User's Mannual, Reprint Series No. 33, Department of Mathematics, The University of Melbourne, (1993).

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