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Raul Poler Josefa Mula Manuel Dfaz-Madronero Operations Research Problems Statements and Solutions ^ Springer
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Contents 1 Linear Programming 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Bonuses and Merits 4 1.3 Production Planning in a Textile Firm 7 1.4 Portfolio of Investments 9 1.5 Transferring Currencies 11 1.6 Production Planning in a Metallurgical Company 14 1.7 Production Planning in a Cosmetics Firm 16 1.8 Product Mix of Aluminium Windows 19 1.9 Production Planning in the Automobile Industry 21 1.10 Portfolio of Investments 22 1.11 Investment Funds 24 1.12 Renting Warehouses 26 1.13 Production Planning in a Tubes Factory 27 1.14 Production Planning of a Wires Manufacturer 29 1.15 Mixed Investments 29 1.16 Production Planning in a Carpentry Firm 31 1.17 Product Mix 33 1.18 Transport Planning in a Olive Production Firm 34 1.19 Programming Weekly Production in a Metallurigcal Company 37 1.20 Production Planning in a Bricks Factory 40 1.21 Sensitivity Analysis 42 1.22 Crop Planning 44 References 47 2 Integer Programming 49 2.1 Introduction 49 2.2 Postmen/Women's Shifts 50 2.3 Distribution of Air-Conditioning Units 54 2.4 Contracting Carpenters 58 2.5 Planning Production and Inventories 60 2.6 Tarmacking Shifts 62 ix
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x Contents 2.7 Transport Planning 64 2.8 Production Planning of Automobile Seats 66 2.9 Production Planning in the Shoe Industry 67 2.10 Allocating Orders to Machines 70 2.11 Opening LED TV Production Plants 72 2.12 Planning Surveys 75 2.13 Production Planning in a Toys Firms 76 2.14 Allocation in a Lawyers' Office 77 2.15 Production Planning 79 2.16 Planning University Schedules 80 2.17 The Shortest Path 82 2.18 Planning Sales 83 References 85 3 Non-Linear Programming 87 3.1 Introduction 87 3.2 Selecting Investments 89 3.3 Location of a Stationery Store 92 3.4 Placing a Handrail 93 3.5 Planning the Construction of Homes 96 3.6 Production Planning in a Drinks Firm 97 3.7 Production Planning in a Firm in the Automobile Sector. 99 3.8 Planning Materials in the Chemical Industry 102 3.9 Production Planning 104 3.10 Maximising Utility 105 3.11 Designing Boxes 106 3.12 Designing and Planning a Project to Launch a Scientific Balloon 108 3.13 Production Planning in an Oil-Packing Firm 109 References 112 4 Network Modelling 115 4.1
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  • Spring '17
  • Seng Molika
  • Operations Research, Automobile, automobile sector, Textile Firm, Machinery Transport Planning

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