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Linear Programming quotes by George Dantzig
#1. Linear programming is viewed as a revolutionary development giving man the ability to state general objectives and to find, by means of the simplex method, optimal policy decisions for a broad class of practical decision problems of great complexity. In the real world, planning tends to be ad hoc because of the many special-interest groups with their multiple objectives. #Quote by George Dantzig
Linear Programming quotes by Girdhar Joshi
#2. In real life, when emotions and sentiments are involved and the very continuity of life is at stake, there are no quantitative theories, linear programming, and applied mechanics available to solve those problems. #Quote by Girdhar Joshi
Linear Programming quotes by Keith Devlin
#3. The linear-programming was - and is - perhaps the single most important real-life problem. #Quote by Keith Devlin
Linear Programming quotes by Eric S. Raymond
#4. If you have the right attitude, interesting problems will find you. #Quote by Eric S. Raymond
Linear Programming quotes by T. S. Eliot
#5. The Nobel is a ticket to one's own funeral. No one has ever done anything after he got it. #Quote by T. S. Eliot
Linear Programming quotes by Sir Mix-a-Lot
#6. I love listening to old school stuff. I listen to some new cats out here, but I'm really into, like, Tech N9ne and his clique; I really like Eminem and those guys - cats that got real flow: I really connect with that. But I do love rock. I love a lot of electronica because I love programming synthesizers. #Quote by Sir Mix-a-Lot
Linear Programming quotes by Craig Bruce
#7. Yeah, computers are going to take over the programming business because they have become so fast recently that they can solve the Halting Problem in five seconds flat. #Quote by Craig Bruce
Linear Programming quotes by Dorothy Dunnett
#8. All the linear delicacy of the boy he had once been stood exposed now in the still, blindfolded face of her son. The clinging yellow hair, orderly on the white linen, was the same silk that had veiled her rings when she had smoothed his pillow in childhood; the cheekbone under the bandage had once, fresh and firm, been pressed to her own; the beautiful hands, lying loose on the damask, belonged to him and also to another man, whom she had placed before all others, and always would. #Quote by Dorothy Dunnett
Linear Programming quotes by Richard E. Pattis
#9. The discipline of programming is most like sorcery. Both use precise language to instruct inanimate objects to do our bidding. Small mistakes in programs or spells can lead to completely unforseen behavior: e.g., see the story, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice". Neither study is easy: " ... her [Galinda's] early appetite for sorcery had waned once she'd heard what a grind it was to learn spells and, worse, to understand them." from the book "Wicked" by G. Maguire. #Quote by Richard E. Pattis
Linear Programming quotes by Joseph Fink
#10. Know that she was a good and hardworking intern, and that she died doing what she loved: simultaneously living and dying in infinite, fractal defiance of linear time. #Quote by Joseph Fink
Linear Programming quotes by Maury Povich
#11. Television viewers, they've been around a long time. They've been watching this thing now for 50 years. I mean, they know exactly what's happening when it comes to television programming. You can't put anything over on them anymore. #Quote by Maury Povich
Linear Programming quotes by Roger Scruton
#12. The most important political effect of this displacement of civil by enterprise association has been the gradual loss of authority and decision-making from the bottom of society, and its transfer to the top. If you supply society with a dynamic purpose, especially one conceived in these linear terms, as moving always forwards towards greater equality, greater justice, greater prosperity or, in the case of the EU, 'ever closer union', you at the same time license the would-be leaders. You give credentials to those who promise to guide society along its allotted path, and you confer on them the authority to conscript, dictate, organize and punish the rest of us, regardless of how we might otherwise wish to lead our lives. In particular, you authorize the invasion of those institutions and associations that form the heart of civil society, in order to impose on them a direction and a goal that may have nothing to do with their intrinsic nature. #Quote by Roger Scruton
Linear Programming quotes by Gregory Chaitin
#13. In a way, math isn't the art of answering mathematical questions, it is the art of asking the right questions, the questions that give you insight, the ones that lead you in interesting directions, the ones that connect with lots of other interesting questions -the ones with beautiful answers. #Quote by Gregory Chaitin
Linear Programming quotes by Brian Goetz
#14. Whenever more than one thread accesses a given state variable, and one of them might write to it, they all must coordinate their access to it using synchronization. #Quote by Brian Goetz
Linear Programming quotes by Mick Ebeling
#15. That's what we're focusing on at Not Impossible Labs, looking at problems or needs that can be solved through hacking, modding, programming, whatever, so it helps one person first but has the potential to help many others. #Quote by Mick Ebeling
Linear Programming quotes by Stuart Armstrong
#16. [A]s a species, we are very poor at programming. Our brains are built to understand other humans, not computers. We're terrible at forcing our minds into the precise modes of thought needed to interact with a computer, and we consistently make errors when we try. That's why computer science and programming degrees take such time and dedication to acquire: we are literally learning how to speak to an alien mind, of a kind that has not existed on Earth until very recently. #Quote by Stuart Armstrong
Linear Programming quotes by Tom Shales
#17. No matter how much programming improves, however, media savants tend to see the medium living out numbered days. It's feared that the Internet will do to TV what TV did to the movies in the 1950s. But instead of panicking, the networks are finding ways to co-opt the Web. #Quote by Tom Shales
Linear Programming quotes by Kenneth E. Iverson
#18. Although mathematical notation undoubtedly possesses parsing rules, they are rather loose, sometimes contradictory, and seldom clearly stated. [ ... ] The proliferation of programming languages shows no more uniformity than mathematics. Nevertheless, programming languages do bring a different perspective. [ ... ] Because of their application to a broad range of topics, their strict grammar, and their strict interpretation, programming languages can provide new insights into mathematical notation. #Quote by Kenneth E. Iverson
Linear Programming quotes by Alan Kay
#19. The flip side of the coin was that even good programmers and language designers tended to do terrible extensions when they were in the heat of programming, because design is something that is best done slowly and carefully. #Quote by Alan Kay
Linear Programming quotes by Christopher Nolan
#20. As soon as television became the only secondary way in which films were watched, films had to adhere to a pretty linear system, whereby you can drift off for ten minutes and go and answer the phone and not really lose your place. #Quote by Christopher Nolan
Linear Programming quotes by Deborah Smith
#21. There's no linear narrative - the structure is more like a series of variations on a theme (how identity is shaped by language), with the past constantly bleeding into the present, dreams into reality. And the language, while incredibly lyrical in places, also has this underlying dissonance, the sense of it having itself been translated. #Quote by Deborah Smith
Linear Programming quotes by Tilo Linz
#22. Most literature on the subject of agile methodology... is written from the viewpoint of software developers and programmers, and tends to place its main emphasis on programming techniques and agile project management - testing is usually only mentioned in the guise of unit testing and its associated tools. ...However, unit tests alone are not sufficient and broader-based testing is critical to the success of agile development processes. #Quote by Tilo Linz
Linear Programming quotes by Donald Knuth
#23. The book Dynamic Programming by Richard Bellman is an important, pioneering work in which a group of problems is collected together at the end of some chapters under the heading "Exercises and Research Problems," with extremely trivial questions appearing in the midst of deep, unsolved problems. It is rumored that someone once asked Dr. Bellman how to tell the exercises apart from the research problems, and he replied: "If you can solve it, it is an exercise; otherwise it's a research problem." #Quote by Donald Knuth
Linear Programming quotes by Barry Boehm
#24. Poor management can increase software costs more rapidly than any other factor. Particularly on large projects, each of the following mismanagement actions has often been responsible for doubling software development costs. #Quote by Barry Boehm
Linear Programming quotes by Tim League
#25. I try to watch as many movies as possible within a group setting instead of just in front of my laptop. It's better to watch something and chat about it with your programming peers afterward. #Quote by Tim League
Linear Programming quotes by Kelly Corrigan
#26. There's no expectation of some linear progression from agony to okayness. It goes in circles. It's sloppy. #Quote by Kelly Corrigan
Linear Programming quotes by Paul Ormerod
#27. The linear, mechanistic view of the world which pervades orthodox economics is simply not capable of capturing the richness and complexity of the rhythms and fluctuations of developed economies. #Quote by Paul Ormerod
Linear Programming quotes by Edsger Dijkstra
#28. Object-oriented programming is an exceptionally bad idea which could only have originated in California. #Quote by Edsger Dijkstra
Linear Programming quotes by Bret Easton Ellis
#29. Café Flore is packed, shimmering, every table filled. Bentley notices this with a grim satisfaction but Bentley feels lost. He's still haunted by the movie Grease and obsessed with legs that he always felt were too skinny though no one else did and it never hampered his modeling career and he's still not over a boy he met at a Styx concert in 1979 in a stadium somewhere in the Midwest, outside a town he has not been back to since he left it at eighteen, and that boy's name was Cal, who pretended to be straight even though he initially fell for Bentley's looks but Cal knew Bentley was emotionally crippled and the fact that Bentley didn't believe in heaven didn't make him more endearing so Cal drifted off and inevitably became head of programming at HBO for a year or two. Bentley sits down, already miked, and lights a cigarette. Next to them Japanese tourists study maps, occasionally snap photos. This is the establishing shot. #Quote by Bret Easton Ellis
Linear Programming quotes by Darrel Ray
#30. Celibacy is nothing if not abnormal. The human body and brain are not made for such programming. Whatever normal is, it does not include celibacy. #Quote by Darrel Ray
Linear Programming quotes by Randy Jackson
#31. The pop-star thing bores me because it's somebody programming someone else. Stand over here, sing that, no, sing it like this, talk like that, when they ask you this, don't say that, say this, hold that, drive this, stay here, live there - you're not even a human being. You're a puppet. #Quote by Randy Jackson
Linear Programming quotes by Damian Conway
#32. C++ tries to guard against Murphy, not Machiavelli. #Quote by Damian Conway
Linear Programming quotes by Richard E. Pattis
#33. When teaching a rapidly changing technology, perspective is more important than content. #Quote by Richard E. Pattis
Linear Programming quotes by Angel Ploetner
#34. Mind control that uses torture turns the situations around and makes relief of pain, a reward. If a person is hurting you physically in an extreme and painful way, they say to you, "The pain will stop if you do what I tell you," which works to establish the type of disciplined response. #Quote by Angel Ploetner
Linear Programming quotes by Martin Fowler
#35. One of the things I've been trying to do is look for simpler or rules underpinning good or bad design. I think one of the most valuable rules is avoid duplication. "Once and only once" is the Extreme Programming phrase. #Quote by Martin Fowler
Linear Programming quotes by Andrew Buchan
#36. I look for something that can challenge me or makes me ever so slightly afraid - fearful of how I am going to approach it - then I'll go for it. If the project appears linear or predictable, then I'll usually give it a miss. Anything that involves me being stretched as an actor, I go for. #Quote by Andrew Buchan
Linear Programming quotes by Noah Hawley
#37. It's amazing how flexible the human mind is in terms of jumping into a backstory or an aside. Vonnegut is a great example - it's not a linear story by any means, but somehow your brain is keeping it moving in one direction even though the story is taking you in all these different directions. #Quote by Noah Hawley
Linear Programming quotes by Stanley Cavell
#38. I don't run away from the idea of philosophy as seductive. I want the sentences to be prose but intense prose, to show that, like life, thinking is not linear. #Quote by Stanley Cavell
Linear Programming quotes by JWoww
#39. I graduated from college with a 3.92 GPA with a degree in computer programming and a BFA in fine arts and animation. My first job was painting a mural in the Grimaldi's in Queens. #Quote by JWoww
Linear Programming quotes by Eric S. Raymond
#40. When you lose interest in a program, your last duty to it is to hand it off to a competent successor. #Quote by Eric S. Raymond
Linear Programming quotes by Alan W. Watts
#41. Taoism, on the other hand, is generally a pursuit of older men, and especially of men who are retiring from active life in the community. Their retirement from society is a kind of outward symbol of an inward liberation from the bounds of conventional patterns of thought and conduct. For Taoism concerns itself with unconventional knowledge, with the understanding of life directly, instead of in the abstract, linear terms of representational thinking. #Quote by Alan W. Watts
Linear Programming quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#42. Well, Mr. Frankel, who started this program, began to suffer from the computer disease that anybody who works with computers now knows about. It's a very serious disease and it interferes completely with the work. The trouble with computers is you *play* with them. They are so wonderful. You have these switches - if it's an even number you do this, if it's an odd number you do that - and pretty soon you can do more and more elaborate things if you are clever enough, on one machine.

After a while the whole system broke down. Frankel wasn't paying any attention; he wasn't supervising anybody. The system was going very, very slowly - while he was sitting in a room figuring out how to make one tabulator automatically print arc-tangent X, and then it would start and it would print columns and then bitsi, bitsi, bitsi, and calculate the arc-tangent automatically by integrating as it went along and make a whole table in one operation.

Absolutely useless. We *had* tables of arc-tangents. But if you've ever worked with computers, you understand the disease - the *delight* in being able to see how much you can do. But he got the disease for the first time, the poor fellow who invented the thing. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Linear Programming quotes by Pearl Kirkby
#43. Time is not linear - and nor is it circular. Time itself does not 'continue'.

Time. Just. Is. It flows - within, without, around...and with...itself. #Quote by Pearl Kirkby
Linear Programming quotes by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
#44. Most of us become so rigidly fixed in the ruts carved out by genetic programming and social conditioning that we ignore the options of choosing any other course of action. Living exclusively by genetic and social instructions is fine as long as everything goes well. But the moment bioloical or social goals are frustrated- which in the long run is inevitable - a person must formulate new goals, and create a new flow activity for himself, or else he will always waste his energies in inner turmoil. #Quote by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Linear Programming quotes by Aleksandra Mir
#45. "Hello" is always presented as a linear narrative, a singular chain, sometimes in a loop. But the reality of making it is that connections are naturally sprawling all over the place, so I am free to edit any way I want. #Quote by Aleksandra Mir
Linear Programming quotes by Richard Stallman
#46. With software there are only two possibilites: either the users control the programme or the programme controls the users. If the programme controls the users, and the developer controls the programme, then the programme is an instrument of unjust power. #Quote by Richard Stallman
Linear Programming quotes by Eric S. Raymond
#47. Often, the most striking and innovative solutions come from realizing that your concept of the problem was wrong. #Quote by Eric S. Raymond
Linear Programming quotes by Chuck Yeager
#48. At 42,000' in approximately level flight, a third cylinder was turned on. Acceleration was rapid and speed increased to .98 Mach. The needle of the machmeter fluctuated at this reading momentarily, then passed off the scale. Assuming that the off-scale reading remained linear, it is estimated that 1.05 Mach was attained at this time. #Quote by Chuck Yeager

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