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by Charles P. Bonini

Computer Models for Decision Analysis download ebook
ISBN:
0894260421
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978-0894260421
Author:
Charles P. Bonini
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Scientific Pr (June 1, 1980)
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140 pages
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Computer Models for Decision Analysis. Computer Models for Decision Analysis. By Charles P. Operations, Information & Technology. Professor Emeritus, Operations, Information & Technology. Find at Stanford Library.

Charles P. Bonini (Author), Warren H. Hausman (Author) & 0 more. See and discover other items: decision analysis, quantitative analysis. There's a problem loading this menu right now. ISBN-13: 978-0256082678.

The authors apply mathematical theories to build business models in very simple statements. In this way, we understand how to make decisions based on the models described in this book

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Charles P. Bonini (Author), Warren Hausman (Author), Harold Bierman (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0256140217. The authors apply mathematical theories to build business models in very simple statements. In this way, we understand how to make decisions based on the models described in this book. The authors also reveal how to use Microsoft Excel to solve business models. I think this is very crucial skill for the managers.

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Bonini, Charles P. Collection. millionbooks; universallibrary. I have used this book over forty years. i guess it was informative.

Bonini's paradox, named after Stanford business professor Charles Bonini, explains the difficulty in constructing models or simulations that fully capture the workings of complex systems (such as the human brain). In modern discourse, the paradox was articulated by John M. Dutton and William H. Starbuck "As a model of a complex system becomes more complete, it becomes less understandable.

William A. Spurr, Charles Pius Bonini. This paper describes a simulation model of a hypothetical business firm.

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