Tutorials on Emerging Methodologies and Applications in Operations Research [electronic resource] : Presented at Informs 2004, Denver, CO / edited by H J. G.

Contributor(s): G, H J [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)
Material type: TextTextSeries: International Series in Operations Research & Management Science: 76Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 2005Description: XVIII, 342 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387228273Subject(s): Mathematics | Operations research | Decision making | Computer science -- Mathematics | Computer-aided engineering | Computer mathematics | Management science | Mathematics | Operations Research, Management Science | Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis | Operation Research/Decision Theory | Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science | Mathematics of Computing | Computer-Aided Engineering (CAD, CAE) and DesignAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 519.6 LOC classification: QA402-402.37T57.6-57.97Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Heuristic Search for Network Design -- Polyhedral Combinatorics -- Constraint Languages for Combinatorial Optimization -- A Tutorial on Radiation Oncology and Optimization -- Parallel Algorithm Design for Branch and Bound -- Computer-Aided Design for Electrical and Computer engineering -- Nonlinear Programming and Engineering Applications -- Connecting MRP, MRP II and ERP — Supply Chain Production Planning Via Optimization Models.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Operations Research emerged as a quantitative approach to problem-solving in World War II. Its founders, who were physicists, mathematicians, and engineers, quickly found peace-time uses for this new field. Moreover, we can say that Operations Research (OR) was born in the same incubator as computer science, and through the years, it has spawned many new disciplines, including systems engineering, health care management, and transportation science. Fundamentally, Operations Research crosses discipline domains to seek solutions on a range of problems and benefits diverse disciplines from finance to bioengineering. Many disciplines routinely use OR methods. Many scientific researchers, engineers, and others will find the methodological presentations in this book useful and helpful in their problem-solving efforts. OR’s strengths are modeling, analysis, and algorithm design. It provides a quantitative foundation for a broad spectrum of problems, from economics to medicine, from environmental control to sports, from e-commerce to computational geometry. The primary purpose of TUTORIALS ON EMERGING METHODOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH is to provide a reference for practitioners and academics who seek a clear, concise presentation of developing methodologies, hence providing themselves with the capability to apply these methods to new problems. The field of Operations Research is always changing. Its changes are driven by the technology it uses and that it extends, and the applications that it affects. Relevant changes in the field have a permanent effect on the conduct of OR and are vital to anyone who wants to be current in the field. Each chapter presents a new developing methodology in Operations Research. Each chapter examines each topic with clarity and depth, and organizes the examination around the following questions: (1) What the developing methodology basically is about? (2) Why is it important? and (3) Where can I learn more?
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Heuristic Search for Network Design -- Polyhedral Combinatorics -- Constraint Languages for Combinatorial Optimization -- A Tutorial on Radiation Oncology and Optimization -- Parallel Algorithm Design for Branch and Bound -- Computer-Aided Design for Electrical and Computer engineering -- Nonlinear Programming and Engineering Applications -- Connecting MRP, MRP II and ERP — Supply Chain Production Planning Via Optimization Models.

Operations Research emerged as a quantitative approach to problem-solving in World War II. Its founders, who were physicists, mathematicians, and engineers, quickly found peace-time uses for this new field. Moreover, we can say that Operations Research (OR) was born in the same incubator as computer science, and through the years, it has spawned many new disciplines, including systems engineering, health care management, and transportation science. Fundamentally, Operations Research crosses discipline domains to seek solutions on a range of problems and benefits diverse disciplines from finance to bioengineering. Many disciplines routinely use OR methods. Many scientific researchers, engineers, and others will find the methodological presentations in this book useful and helpful in their problem-solving efforts. OR’s strengths are modeling, analysis, and algorithm design. It provides a quantitative foundation for a broad spectrum of problems, from economics to medicine, from environmental control to sports, from e-commerce to computational geometry. The primary purpose of TUTORIALS ON EMERGING METHODOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH is to provide a reference for practitioners and academics who seek a clear, concise presentation of developing methodologies, hence providing themselves with the capability to apply these methods to new problems. The field of Operations Research is always changing. Its changes are driven by the technology it uses and that it extends, and the applications that it affects. Relevant changes in the field have a permanent effect on the conduct of OR and are vital to anyone who wants to be current in the field. Each chapter presents a new developing methodology in Operations Research. Each chapter examines each topic with clarity and depth, and organizes the examination around the following questions: (1) What the developing methodology basically is about? (2) Why is it important? and (3) Where can I learn more?

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