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Therefore , the goal of an OR study should be to conduct the study in an optimal

manner , regardless of whether this

model . Thus , in addition to pursuing the science of the ultimate , the team should

...

Therefore , the goal of an OR study should be to conduct the study in an optimal

manner , regardless of whether this

**involves**finding an optimal solution for themodel . Thus , in addition to pursuing the science of the ultimate , the team should

...

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Briefly , the most common type of application

allocating limited resources among competing activities in a best possible ( i.e. ,

optimal ) way . More precisely , this problem

...

Briefly , the most common type of application

**involves**the general problem ofallocating limited resources among competing activities in a best possible ( i.e. ,

optimal ) way . More precisely , this problem

**involves**selecting the level of certain...

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One of these applications

the preceding section ( see Table 5.8 ) , this method used Bo and the initial

tableau to calculate all the relevant numbers in the current tableau for every

iteration .

One of these applications

**involves**the revised simplex method . As described inthe preceding section ( see Table 5.8 ) , this method used Bo and the initial

tableau to calculate all the relevant numbers in the current tableau for every

iteration .

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