## Introduction to Operations Research |

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Planning an Operations Research Study | 12 |

Probability Theory | 23 |

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Introduction to Operations Research with Student Access Card Frederick Hillier No preview available - 2009 |

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allocation assigned assumed basic feasible solution basic solution calling units coefficient concave function Consider constraints convex convex set corresponding decision variables decision-maker demand denote density function discrete random variable dual problem entering basic variable estimate event example expected value exponential distribution finite formulation Furthermore given Hence illustrate initial basic feasible integer interval inventory iteration leaving basic variable linear programming problem Markov chain mathematical matrix maximize minimize mixed strategy node non-basic variables non-negative normal distribution objective function obtained operations research optimal policy optimal solution optimal value original parameter payoff period player Poisson input possible primal problem probability distribution queueing model queueing system queueing theory random numbers sample space selected server service facility set of equations simplex method simulation slack variables solution procedure solve steady-state Suppose technique Theorem tion total cost variance waiting zero