Linear Programming by Robert J. Vanderbei

What I really liked about Linear Programming is Rober J. Vanderbei’s ability to connect linear programming to diverse fields. Whether you’re interested in operations research, economics, or engineering, this book demonstrates the power of linear programming in optimizing resource allocation, decision-making, and planning. By highlighting connections to other disciplines, Vanderbei offers readers a broader perspective on the potential of linear programming. I specifically loved the explanation of Gomory Cuts and application of integer programming to solve Sudoku problems.