Tirupathi Chandrupatla


Plan Your Future


It doesn't matter
How you reached
Present situation
To plan your future.

All you need to do's
To develop a plan
To reach your goal
From this point on.

Optimal path strategy
Based on this philosophy's
Called dynamic programming
Invented by Richard Bellman.

Past provided experience
To identify obstacles
And know your limitations
To explore your future.

Don't dwell on past failures
Study all available data
To make your journey
Smooth, clear, and clean.

Submitted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Edited: Sunday, March 09, 2014

Topic(s): future


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Richard E. Bellman (1920-1984) was an American applied mathematician well known for his invention of dynamic programming and other contributions.

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