By Tomas Gal (auth.), Tomas Gal, Harvey J. Greenberg (eds.)
The typical view of Operations Research/Management technology (OR/MS) dichotomizes the sphere into deterministic and probabilistic (nondeterministic, stochastic) subfields. This department could be visible by way of examining the contents web page of almost any OR/MS textbook. The mathematical versions that support to outline OR/MS are typically provided when it comes to one subfield or the opposite. This separation comes approximately a little bit artificially: educational classes are very easily subdivided with appreciate to necessities; an preliminary review of OR/MS should be provided with no requiring wisdom of likelihood and data; textual content books are very easily divided into comparable semester classes, with deterministic versions coming first; teachers are inclined to focus on one subfield or the opposite; and practitioners additionally are typically professional in one subfield. yet, regardless of who's taken with an OR/MS modeling scenario (deterministic or probabilistic - educational or practitioner), it's transparent right and proper therapy of any challenge scenario is finished in simple terms whilst the research cuts throughout this dichotomy.
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