Ken Lucid writes:
In 1979, Leonid Vitalyevich Kantorovich shared the Nobel Prize for economics for his work on the optimal allocation of scarce resources.
He pioneered the technique of linear programming, having developed the first model in 1939.
Complete and utter bastard!
By the time I was taking O-level maths, linear programming was on the syllabus and I hated it. Just could not get...
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