02067 a2200241 4500008004100000020001800041020001500059082001800074100001800092245006800110250001300178260003100191300002900222505055500251520073900806526001201545650004101557650002301598700002001621700002201641700002001663856014201683190109b xxu||||| |||| 00| 0 eng d a9781292217659 a1292217650 a658.403 RE QU aRender, Barry aQuantitative analysis for managementcBarry Render ... [et al.] a13th ed. aHarlow :bPearson,cc2018. a597 p. :bill. ;c28 cm. aIntroduction to quantative analysis --
Probability concepts and applications --
Decision analysis --
Regression models --
Forecasting --
Inventory control models --
Linear programming models: graphical and computer methods --
Linear programming applications --
Transportation, assignment, and network models --
Integer programming, goal programming, nonlinear programming --
Project management --
Waiting lines and queuing theory --
Simulation modeling --
Markov analysis --
Statistical quality control --
Appendies --
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