This book shows readers how to use the management science results in actual managerial decision making. It focuses on real-world applications and using software rather than straight mathematics. This approach allows readers to concentrate on learning to use the management science results in managerial decision making. · introduction to management science models · linear and integer programming models · applications of linear and integer programming models · network models · project scheduling models · decision models · forecasting · inventory models · queuing models · simulation models
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