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OPERATIONS RESEARCH Theory from RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES Author: Prof.Sundaresan, K.S.Ganapathy Subramanian, K.Ganesan , Publishers: A.R.

Publications Chap 1- Pg.1- Introduction and Scope Pg.1.2 Role of operations research in Business and Management Chap 2 – Pg. 2.1 – Introduction oly 2nd paragraph Chap 3- Pg. 3.1- Definition 1, 2,3, Definition 4- are called Slack Variables. The value of these variables can be interpreted as the amount of unused resource. Definition 5 - are called Surplus Variables. The value of these variables can be interpreted as the amount over and above the required level. Chap 7 – Pg.7.1- Introduction till it is also assumed that the cost of transportation is linear. Pg. 7.2- Note 1 Pg 7.4 – Method 2: Least Cost Method Pg 7.5- Method 3: Vogel’s approximation method Pg 7.26- Degeneracy in Transportation Probems- First 3 lines till DEGENERATE ONE. Chap 8- Pg. 8.1- Introduction- first paragraph Pg. 8.4- Difference between the transportation problem and the assignment problem and Assignment Algorithm (or) Hungarian Method. Chap 11- Pg.11.1- (i) Individual replacement policy n (ii) Group replacement Policy Chap 13- Pg. 13.1- Queuing system and (a) the input (or arrival pattern) Chap 14- Pg. 14.1 DEFINITION Pg. 14.2- Step-wise procedure for determining the optimal sequence for n jobs on 2 machines(Johnson’s Method). Chap 15- Pg. 15.1- Introduction –first two lines till set goals. Pg. 15.2- Basic Terminologies- first two lines. Pg 15.28- Programme Evaluation Review Techniques Chap 16 – 16.1 , 16.2, 16.3 Chap 17 – 17.1