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DEFINITION: A Fibonacci poem (or Fib) is a multiple-line verse based on the Fibonacci sequence so that the number of syllables in each line equals the total number of syllables in the preceding two lines.The Fibonacci sequence begins with either zero or one, followed by one, and proceeds based on the rule that each number (called a Fibonacci number ) is equal to the sum of the preceding two numbers. Technically,  … 
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Optimization Applications in Finance, Securities, Banking and Insurance - IBM ILOG Optimization White Paper
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Solve Your Toughest Planning and Scheduling Problems with Mathematical Optimization - IBM ILOG Optimization White Paper
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MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  the first line in a Fibonacci poem with n = 0 has no syllables, and therefore constitutes a moment of silence. This is an important consideration, just as standard syllable and rhythm patterns are critical to other forms of verse such as haiku, limerick, and iambic pentameter. (If n = 1, then there is no initial moment of silence.)Here's an example:Whatisa Fib?A poemmathematicalSyllables are arranged in linesaccording to Fibonacci's sequence of numbers:One, one, two, three, five, eight, thirteen, twenty-one, thirty-four, fifty-five and so on.Because the lines have ever-increasing syllables, the … 
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