Formats and Editions of Operations research models and methods [donkeytime.org]This page is a portal for students to enter the web-site Operations Research Models and Methods. It replaces the Student CD that formerly was included with the textbook. Click the titles to transfer to the linked pages. The book is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice by presenting the tools and techniques most suited for modern operations research. A principal goal is to give engineers, analysts, and decision makers a larger appreciation of the role of operations research OR through examples of its application and by explanation of its solution methodologies.
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