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Case Studies for What'sBest!


If you are looking for some additional examples of applying What'sBest! to business problems, you may be interested in the manual What's Best Linear Programming written and published by Roy L. Nersesian, a professor at Monmouth University. Professor Nersesian has been teaching in linear programming for several years and has developed a set of fifteen cases which are applicable to many real world applications including project management, bond portfolio management, capital budgeting, stock portfolio management, and new plant sizing and timing, among others.

 

 

What's Best Linear Programming walks you through the complete problem setup for each of the fifteen cases. For more information or to order, send Prof. Nersesian's an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..