Inventory Theory

@article{Scarf2002InventoryT,
  title={Inventory Theory},
  author={Herbert E. Scarf},
  journal={Operations Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={50},
  pages={186-191}
}
W to begin? I became involved with inventory theory in 1955, but the proper starting point for this memoir is some years earlier, in the fall of 1951, when I began my graduate training in the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University. I had lived at home during my undergraduate years at Temple University and was totally unprepared for the remarkable features of life at Princeton in the early 1950s. I had a room in the splendidly gothic Graduate College, and in a short time I met my… CONTINUE READING

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