This web site is developed by Harvey J. Greenberg from Waterloo University and contains terms specific to mathematical programming, and some terms from other disciplines, notably economics, computer science, and mathematics, that are directly related.
This is an excellent presentation of Non-Linear Programming, in the form of structured questions and answers, prepared and maintained by Prof. R. Fourer of Northwestern University, in collaboration with Argonne National Laboratories.
This is an overview article, published in Argonne National Laboratories, presenting various software for Quadratic Programming. It's an interactive case study that tests your skills at finding solutions to quadratic assignment problems.
Most of the model formulations have assumed that the data for the given problem are known accurately. However, for many actual problems, the problem data cannot be known accurately for a variety of reasons. Therefore stochastic programming can be used to make some optimal decisions. This case illustrates this problem, taking this uncertainty into account.