Introduction to Management Science with Student CD and Risk Solver Platform Access Card: A Modeling…

Book & Toy | April 9, 2013

byFrederick Hillier, Mark Hillier

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The fifth edition text focuses on business situations, including prominent non-mathematical issues, the use spreadsheets, and involves model formulation and assessment more than model structuring. The text has three key elements: modeling, case studies, and spreadsheets. In addition to examples, nearly every chapter includes one or two case studies patterned after actual applications to convey the whole process of applying management science.

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The fifth edition text focuses on business situations, including prominent non-mathematical issues, the use spreadsheets, and involves model formulation and assessment more than model structuring. The text has three key elements: modeling, case studies, and spreadsheets. In addition to examples, nearly every chapter includes one or two...

Format:Book & ToyDimensions:11 × 8.7 × 1.2 inPublished:April 9, 2013Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:007782556X

ISBN - 13:9780077825560

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Linear Programming: Basic Concepts

Chapter 3: Linear Programming: Formulation and Applications

Chapter 4: The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets

Chapter 5: What-If Analysis for Linear Programming

Chapter 6: Network Optimization Problems

Chapter 7: Using Binary Integer Programming to Deal with Yes-or-No Decisions

Chapter 8: Nonlinear Programming

Chapter 9: Decision Analysis

Chapter 10: Forecasting

Chapter 11: Queuing Models

Chapter 12: Computer Simulation: Basic Concepts

Chapter 13: Computer Simulation with Risk Solver Platform

APPENDIXES

Appendix A: Tips for Using Microsoft Excel for Modeling

Appendix B: Partial Answers to Selected Problems

INDEX