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PROBABILITY
Probability
THE USE OF MEASURES OF EFFECTIVENESS
STRATEGICAL KINEMATICS
TACTICAL ANALYSIS
GUNNERY AND BOMBARDMENT PROBLEMS
OPERATIONAL EXPERIMENTS WITH EQUIPMENT AND TACTICS
ORGANIZATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL PROBLEMS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
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Methods of Operations Research

Methods of Operations Research

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Published by Tom1944
Operations research is a scientific method of providing
a quantitative basis for
decisions regarding the operations.It first developed as a recognized activity in response to the military needs of World War II where it was
sometimes known as operations analysis or evaluation
(or in one case weapons systems evaluation).
Although its techniques and methods of approach
have earlier been used sporadically in industrial,
governmental, and military activities, sometimes
under different names, its systematic applications
have to date been predominantly military However,
as the definition suggests, as the examples in this
book will indicate, and as experience since the war
has shown, the techniques and approach of operations
research can be of help in arriving at executive
decisions concerning opeiations in any field, industrial
and governmental as well as military After
four years of war experience and four subsequent
years of peacetime experience most experts in the
field have agreed on the definition given in the first
sentence, with all its implications and generality.
Operations research is a scientific method of providing
a quantitative basis for
decisions regarding the operations.It first developed as a recognized activity in response to the military needs of World War II where it was
sometimes known as operations analysis or evaluation
(or in one case weapons systems evaluation).
Although its techniques and methods of approach
have earlier been used sporadically in industrial,
governmental, and military activities, sometimes
under different names, its systematic applications
have to date been predominantly military However,
as the definition suggests, as the examples in this
book will indicate, and as experience since the war
has shown, the techniques and approach of operations
research can be of help in arriving at executive
decisions concerning opeiations in any field, industrial
and governmental as well as military After
four years of war experience and four subsequent
years of peacetime experience most experts in the
field have agreed on the definition given in the first
sentence, with all its implications and generality.

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