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Course: ISE 302, Fall 2009
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ISE 402-1 (Fall '07) Lesson: Introduction to Operations Research and Modeling Objectives: 1. 2. 2. 3. Define operations research / management science Why is MS/OR important? Define model. Describe modeling process. Assignment: 1. Read Chapter 1. 2. Math Seminar 2 by Dr. &lt;a href=&quot;/keyword/clayton-paul/&quot; &gt;clayton paul&lt;/a&gt; Homework: Exercise 1, page 22, from Math Seminar...

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ISE 402-1 (Fall '07) Lesson: Introduction to Operations Research and Modeling Objectives: 1. 2. 2. 3. Define operations research / management science Why is MS/OR important? Define model. Describe modeling process. Assignment: 1. Read Chapter 1. 2. Math Seminar 2 by Dr. <a href="/keyword/clayton-paul/" ...

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