steipe at lmb.uni-muenchen.de (Boris Steipe) writes:
>Why is the dynamical programming algorithm called "dynamical" ?
>Is this opposed to some concept of "static" programming and if yes how ?
The term is 'dynamic programming,' and it comes from the field of
Operations Research -- where it is a long-established technique.
I don't have any good references handy, but perhaps this bit of
context should get you started.
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