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INTRODUCTION TO
OPERATIONS RESEARCH,
SEVENTH EDITION

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INTRODUCTION TO
OPERATIONS RESEARCH

McGraw-Hill Series in Industrial Engineering and Management Science CONSULTING EDITORS
Kenneth E. Case, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, Oklahoma State University Philip M. Wolfe, Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, Arizona State University Barnes

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Reliability and Maintainability Engineering
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Statistical Quality Control
Harrell, Ghosh, and Bowden
Simulation Using PROMODEL
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Introduction to Operations Research
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Quality Planning and Analysis: From Product Development through Use Kelton, Sadowski, and Sadowski
Simulation with ARENA
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Management of Technology
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Creating Quality: Concepts, Systems, Strategies, and Tools
Creating Quality: Process Design for Results
Law and Kelton
Simulation Modeling and Analysis
Nash and Sofer
Linear and Nonlinear Programming
Nelson
Stochastic Modeling: Analysis and Simulation
Niebel and Freivalds
Methods, Standards, and Work Design
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Introduction to Simulation Using SIMAN
Riggs, Bedworth, and Randhawa
Engineering Economics
Sipper and Bulfin
Production: Planning, Control, and Integration
Steiner
Engineering Economics Principles

INTRODUCTION TO
OPERATIONS RESEARCH
Seventh Edition

FREDERICK S. HILLIER,
Stanford University

GERALD J. LIEBERMAN,
Late of Stanford University

Cases developed by Karl Schmedders and Molly Stephens
Tutorial software developed by Mark Hillier and Michael O’Sullivan

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