Robert Fourer

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Robert Fourer (born September 2, 1950) is a scientist working in the area of operational research and management science. He is currently President of AMPL Optimization, Inc and is Professor Emeritus of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at Northwestern University.[1] Robert Fourer is recognized as being the designer of the popular modeling language for mathematical programming called AMPL. Together with David M. Gay and Brian Kernighan he was awarded 1993 ORSA/CSTS Prize[2] by the Computer Science Technical Section of the Operations Research Society of America, for writings on the design of mathematical programming systems and the AMPL modeling language. Robert Fourer was also awarded Guggenheim Fellowship for Natural Sciences in 2002.[3]

Writings[edit]

AMPL: A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming, 2nd Ed. (2003 with David Gay and Brian Kernighan)

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.or-exchange.org/users/503/4er/
  2. ^ http://computing.society.informs.org/pdf/GreenbergHistory.pdf
  3. ^ List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2002