Quantitative Methods Software
QuantMethods, Jan 15, 2004 - Business & Economics
QMS is a comprehensive set of quantitative decision making tools for academic, business, and scientific use. It solves models for most aspects of quantitative methods modeling and decision analysis, including linear programming, mixed-integer linear programming, assignment and transportation models, various network and forecasting models, inventory and production models and dynamic programming models. QMS also contains modules to solve production planning, decision theory, queuing systems, finite Markov chains, learning curves and standard simulation models. In short, QMS is the perfect supplement for students and practitioners in the Operations Research and Management Science disciplines.
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INTEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING
THE TRANSPORTATION MODEL
THE ASSIGNMENT MODEL
INVENTORY AND PRODUCTION MODELS
WAITING LINES QUEUES
CAPACITY MANAGEMENT MODELS
SITE LOCATION MODEL
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