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Management Science Techniques for Consultants (MSTC)

Michael Trick, Associate Professor of Industrial Administration at Carnegie-Mellon University, has designed a course to give consultants (and others who want to improve their quantitative skills) an introduction to a variety of useful techniques in management science, with an emphasis on practicality. The course covers sensitivity analysis, solving large problems, integer programming, heuristic decision-making, genetic algorithms/neural networks, relaxations, network models, data envelopment analysis, scenario optimization and multiple objective decision making. In addition to the class notes, the site also contains the homework for the class.
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1998
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1998-01-15
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2003-04-03 17:24:50
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2005-08-05 14:56:02
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