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Operations Research (Quantitative Methods for Decision Making)
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This course is designed to introduce the students of the program to the quantitative methods of optimal decision making. It lays down the foundation of the subject by providing the students with the skills to apply the scientific optimal decision making techniques of solving real world business problems. The techniques include linear and non-linear programming modelling, discrete-event simulation modelling and Markovian analysis techniques with applications to manufacturing, service, multi-factor decision making and other systems.
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