Applied operations research-systems analysis in hierarchical decision-making, Volume 1

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North-Holland, 1976
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Contents

Defining Performance Characteristics in an Uncer
4
Virtuosity in Management
5
Multiple Regression Equation I Fitted to
6
LARGE UNSTRUCTURED PROBLEMS IN THE PUBLIC
7
6What This Work Offers and to Whom
16
Use of Fixed Technical Coefficients to Measure
21
From Selecting Tactics to Formulating Policy
22
Hierarchy of DecisionMaking for the Technological Changes
30
Poisson Arrivals and Exponential Service Times
249
Conclusion
250
Multiple Service Facilities
252
Three Levels of Objectives Organismic Strategic Tactical
256
Technical Overview
260
Ordering of Paniculate Pollution Sources Tonnage Objectiona
266
From Ranking to Allocation
272
Initial Functions Depreciation Model
273

Multiple Technological Coefficients in Allocation Deci
37
Optimum Outputs by Types
44
2 Mathematical Founda
51
Technological Anticipation Polaris
58
Basis of Vector Space
59
Reduction of Titan II Force
64
8 Professional Activities
70
Major Elements of Linear Programming Type Problems
73
Problems
77
Problems
82
Executive Summary
83
77 Food Trombones to Play 9 Diet Tunes
88
Four Major Elements of ORSA
89
Cost
95
LASZER
96
Simplex and SweepOut Methods
105
Measure of Effectiveness Absolute
109
The Simplex Method and the Gradient Method
113
Relevance to DecisionMaking of Subsystems Studies
117
Four Protocol Sequences in ORSA
126
Lagrange Multipliers and Duality in Maximizing
127
Problems
135
Executive Summary
142
Index of Importance of PDM Roles
173
Network Flow Method
175
OutofKilter Method
181
Systems Approach to Appropriations Evaluation Introduction
185
Economic Order Quantity in Single Items Inventory
191
Successive Rounds to Relate Hierarchies of Objectives
194
Inventories and the Structure of the American Economy
198
Organismic Allocation of Interior Budget Tactical Level
202
Empirical Considerations in Applying EOQ
208
Modification of the EOQ for Several Items Instead of a Single
215
Concepts of Organization
221
Executive Summary
222
Effectiveness Measures for Health Resources Allocation
228
Elementary Queuing Model
235
Allocation Mechanism of Aggregate Resources for Individualized
241
The Representation of the Arrival Rate
243
Conclusion
279
Standard Indus
285
Practical Limitations Upon Many Plausible Theoretical
291
Price War Strategy Selection by the Two Com
292
National Data on all Manufacturing and Nonmanufacturing Activi
298
Data Difficulties in Payoff Matrix Entries
299
Linear Programming and Theory of Games
308
Problems
314
Technical Overview
316
Business Bargaining Strategy Selection
323
National Data Input to Company Potentials
329
Imputations in Concomitant Coalitions
331
Problems
340
Executive Summary
346
Correlation
347
Linear Regression Equation Fitted to the Com
354
POLARIS and PERT
355
Problems
361
Other PERT Applications
363
Multiple Regression Equation II Fitted to
369
From EventsSequencing to Problem Formulation
372
Discriminant Analysis of Salesman EffortPer
378
Executive Summary
379
Dynamic Programming Concepts
386
Production Function Fitted to Company Outlays
390
Achieving Optimality Through Sequential Allocation
393
DouglasType Production Function Fitted
399
Problems
403
Summary
405
Technical Overview
406
Decision Processes by Management Levels
416
From 1969 Lunar Landing to 1979 Space Shuttle
424
Modification of Real Life Data to Reflect Profitability of Decision
425
Isopieces Action Chart as a Decision Aid
432
Dynamic Programming Approach to Strategic
448
Limitations and Contributions
462
Name Index
465
Index
549
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