Operations research: applications and algorithms, Volume 1 
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This is the worst text I have ever used and I've used a lot. It has many errors. The explanations are poor, incomplete or nonexistent. I have no idea how it's use became so ubiquitous. If you are stuck with a course which uses it you need other sources "in spades"!!
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User Review  Aimi Sarah Abdullah  GoodreadsThe example are actually from previous chapter. And the explanation needs extra understanding if your English are intermediate. Read full review
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SUHf Introduction to Operations Research  1 
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Transportation Assignment and Transshipment Problems  262 
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