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Operations Research (2nd Edition)

A Model-Based Approach

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Springer

Pages: 446
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Paperback - 9783642310539

14 December 2012

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14 December 2012

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The book covers the standard models and techniques used in decision making in organizations. The main emphasis of the book is on modeling business-related scenarios and the generation of decision alternatives. Fully solved...

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The book covers the standard models and techniques used in decision making in organizations. The main emphasis of the book is on modeling business-related scenarios and the generation of decision alternatives. Fully solved examples from many areas are used to illustrate the main concepts without getting bogged down in technical details. The book presents an approach to operations research that is heavily based on modeling and makes extensive use of sensitivity analyses. It is a result of many years of combined teaching experience of the authors.The second edition adds new material on multi-criteria optimization, postman problems, Lagrangian relaxation, cutting planes, machine scheduling, and Markov chains. Support material is found on a free website and includes some algorithms, additional fully solved problems and slides for instructors.

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Covers the standard operations research techniques

Presents an approach to operations research that is heavily based on modeling and makes extensive use of sensitivity analyses

Emphasis is on getting insight into problems rather than computing solutions

Introduction
Linear Programming
Multi objective Programming
Integer Linear Programming
Network Models
Location Models
Project Networks
Maschine Scheduling
Decision Analysis
Multi criteria Decision Analysis
Inventory Models
Stochastik Processes and Markov Chains
Waiting Line Models
Simulation. 
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