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Rate Product. Abhinav Sharma Certified downloader , Ghaziabad 7 months ago. Excellent book. Detailed explainations of concepts are given in a very lucid language.
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Safe and Secure Payments. As stated in the preface this book is not intended to hold anything new for the specialists or top flight process piping estimator which represents about ten percent of the total employed in this field. The book was written for all the others who do not have the advantages of many years of hard experience and detailed feed back on time studies and research analysis.
Integer and Zero-One Programming and Simulation. It is unusual to find such a complete list within one book.
Each of these techniques is explained using the minimum of mathematics and mathematical jargon. This makes the book easy to read, and it will not frighten off those interested in business, but not mathematics, as does so much Operations Research literature. Any student having used this book should have an understanding of the various quantitative methods available for use in solving management problems.
However, with such a list of topics, and the intention to provide a readable description, no subject is treated in very much depth.
The students would not be adequately prepared to carry out any detailed studies. For that he would have to go to one of the more standard OR texts which are given as supplernentary reading. To try to define the depth of treatment, the following examples are cited: Simulation describes the Monte Carlo method, but not methods of variance reduction; in LP: In summary therefore, the book is very suitable for teaching an appreciation of quantitative techniques to non-mathematically inclined students, or for the manager or engineer to read by his fireside, but it is in no way a reference book describing the full potentia!