Decision Making Under Uncertainty

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Course Technology, 1995 - Decision-making - 203 pages
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These authors draw on nearly 50 years of combined teaching and consulting experience to give readers a straightforward yet systematic approach for making estimates about the likelihood and consequences of future events -- and then using those assessments to arrive at sound decisions.

The book's real-world cases, supplemented with expository text and spreadsheets, help readers master such techniques as decision trees and simulation, such concepts as probability, the value of information, and strategic gaming; and such applications as inventory stocking problems, bidding situations, and negotiating.

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Chapter 1 Decision Trees
Decision Analysis
End Points and Monetary Consequences

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