Chapter 12
Computer Simulation: Basic Concepts
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decisions.
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Chapter 3
Linear Programming: Formulation and Applications
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are located in the data cells.
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A mathematical model will be an approximation of the real problem.
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CD Chapter 16
PERT/CPM Models for Project Management
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from each of its immediate predecessors.
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Chapter 13
Computer Simulation with Risk Solver Platform
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CD 18-1
CHAPTER 18
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT WITH KNOWN DEMAND
Learning Objectives
After completing this chapter, you should be able to
1. Identify the cost components of inventory models.
2. Describe the basic economic order quantity (EOQ) model.
3. Draw a gr
Chapter 2
Linear Programming: Basic Concepts
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Linear programming problems may have only one goal or objective specified.
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A feasible solution is one that satisfies at least one of the constraints of a linear
programming problem.
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Chapter 4
The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets
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There is only one correct way to set up a spreadsheet model.
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In the Everglade Golden Years Company problem, the long-term loan had a lower
interest rate than the short-term loan.
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CD 16-1
CHAPTER 16
PERT/CPM MODELS FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Learning objectives
After completing this chapter, you should be able to
1. Describe the kind of help that PERT/CPM can provide a project manager.
2. Identify the types of information needed to con
CHAPTER 6
NETWORK OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS
SOLUTION TO SOLVED PROBLEMS
6.S1 Distribution at Heart Beats
Heart Beats is a manufacturer of medical equipment. The companys primary product is a
device used to monitor the heart during medica
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CHAPTER 8
NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING
SOLUTION TO SOLVED PROBLEMS
8.S1 Airline Ticket Pricing Model
Business travelers tend to be less price sensitive than leisure travelers. Knowing this, airlines
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Chapter 9
Decision Analysis
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The EVPI indicates how much the payoff will be with perfect in
CHAPTER 20
COMPUTER SIMULATION WITH CRYSTAL BALL
SOLUTION TO SOLVED PROBLEMS
20.S1 Saving for Retirement
Patrick Gordon is ten years away from retirement. He has accumulated a $100,000 nest egg that
he would like to invest for his golden years. Furthermor
CD Chapter 19
Inventory Management with Uncertain Demand
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The objective of inventory management is to minimize inventory levels.
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The overall objective of inventory management is to balance customer service and
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S 12-1
SUPPLEMENT TO CHAPTER 12
THE INVERSE TRANSFORMATION METHOD FOR
GENERATING RANDOM OBSERVATIONS
Section 12.1 mentioned that a general mathematical procedure is available for generating random
observations from either discrete or continuous distributi
Chapter 5
What-if Analysis for Linear Programming
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If the optimal solution will remain the same over only a small range of values for
a particular coefficient in the objective function, then management will want to
take special care to narrow this estima
CD S Ch 6-1
SUPPLEMENT TO CHAPTER 6
MINIMUM SPANNING-TREE PROBLEMS
Chapter 6 focuses on network optimization problems. These are problems that can be described in
terms of a complete network that has both nodes and links (or arcs) and the objective is to
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CD Chapter 15
Transportation and Assignment Problems
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sources to destinations in such a way as to maximize the total amount shipped.
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Chapter 8
Nonlinear Programming
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If the slope of a curve on a profit graph never increases but sometimes decreases
as the level of the activity increases, then it is said to have increasing marginal
returns.
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Chapter 6
Network Optimization Problems
1. Each node in a minimum cost flow problem where the net amount of flow generated is
a fixed positive number is a supply node.
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Your Vocab Words
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(verb) to be late
zh4 c4 b4 yo4 zi4 ch2 do4 le5
Don't be late again this time!
n3 zn3 me5 lo3 sh4 ch2 do4 a5
How are you always late?
t1 yu1 hu4 zng3 sh4 ch2 do4
He's always late for dates.
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(noun) sibli
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Definition of
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Sustainable
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adopting business strategies and activities that meet the needs
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