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Prerequisites: BADM 103.
The development of decision models and systems in a business context where problem definition, applications, and computer solutions are emphasized. Topics include a study of the systems approach, deterministic and probabilistic models. 3 hours discussion. (005776)
Planning, research, and decision projects and cases, advanced research and decision methodology, experimental design, preparation of project proposals, individual and group work on selected projects and cases, and critiques of project reports. 3 hours seminar. (005796)
Prerequisites: SCMS 306
Theory of operations research with applications to business. Includes techniques of linear, non-linear, and integer programming, topics in queing theory, simulation, and Monte Carlo methods as they apply to inventory, scheduling, transportation, and management. 3 hours seminar. (005798)
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