• Nov 8, 1914
    (b.) -
    May 13, 2005
    (d.)

Bio/Description

Dantzig is known for his development of the simplex algorithm, an algorithm for solving linear programming problems[1], and his work with linear programming, some years after it was invented by the Soviet mathematician & economist Leonid Kantorovich.[2] In statistics, Dantzig solved two open problems in statistical theory, which he had mistaken for homework after arriving late to a lecture of Jerzy Neyman. Dantzig was the Professor Emeritus of Transportation Sciences and Professor of Operations Research and of Computer Science at Stanford.
  • Date of Birth:

    Nov 8, 1914
  • Date of Death:

    May 13, 2005
  • Gender:

    Male
  • Noted For:

    Contributor in operations research, computer science and statistics
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