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Skill 13 is covered 5 extra times, Skill 14 is covered 4 extra times, Skill 15 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 16 is covered 9 extra times, Skill 17 is covered 4 extra times, Skill 18 is covered 2 extra times, Skill 19 is covered 7 extra times, Skill 20 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 21 is covered 7 extra times, Skill 22 is covered 6 extra times, Skill 23 is covered 6 extra times, Skill 24 is covered 11 extra times, Skill 25 is covered 5 extra times, Skill 26 is covered 7 extra times, Skill 28 is covered 4 extra times, Skill 29 is covered 6 extra times, Skill 30 is covered 2 extra times, Skill 31 is covered 5 extra times, Skill 32 is covered 1 extra times, Skill 33 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 34 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 35 is covered 1 extra times, Skill 36 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 37 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 38 is covered 0 extra times, Skill 29 is covered 3 extra times, Skill 40 is
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Unformatted text preview: covered 5 extra times, Skill 41 is covered 3 extra times. To summarize, most of the skills are covered between 3 and 7 times. In particular, there must have been a lot of inefficiencies revolving around skill 24, as it was covered 11 extra times. Meanwhile, skills 38 and 2 are never covered more than they are required. This also shows us that there must be very limited amounts of programs that offer these skills, making them scarcer. Meanwhile several programs must cover skill 24. Possibility of a Program Being Eliminated We developed a way to check the effect each program has on our solution. We tested what our solution would entail if we took out each program individually from the model. For example, we ran the model when the interferences with program 1 was...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course IEOR 160 taught by Professor Hochbaum during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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