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A. Holder, editor. Mathematical Programming Glossary. INFORMS Computing Society, http://glossary.computing.society.informs.org/, 2006-14. Originally authored by Harvey J. Greenberg, 1999-2006.

A bibtex entry for this citation is @Book{Holder, Editor = {A. Holder}, Title = {Mathematical Programming Glossary}, Publisher = {INFORMS Computing Society}, Address = {\url{http://glossary.computing.society.informs.org}}, Year = {2006--14}, note = {Originally authored by Harvey J. Greenberg, 1999-2006.} } A date range is used because the Glossary is a "dynamic document" - i.e., it evolves and undergoes periodic changes.

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H.J. Greenberg. Wolfe’s example and the zigzag phenomenon. In A. Holder, editor, Mathematical Programming Glossary, http://glossary.computing.society.informs.org/notes/wolfe.pdf, 1996. INFORMS Computing Society.

with corresponding bibtex entry: @INPROCEEDINGS{MPGlossaryWolfe, Author = {H.J. Greenberg}, Booktitle = {Mathematical Programming Glossary}, Title = {Wolfe's Example and the Zigzag Phenomenon}, Editor = {A. Holder}, Publisher = {INFORMS Computing Society}, Address = {\url{http://glossary.computing.society.informs.org/notes/wolfe.pdf}}, Year = {1996}, Type = {Supplement}, } You can obtain the direct url that will be in the citation by going to the
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