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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Statistical Process Control, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Process Capability

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Acceptable quality level(aql): the percentage level of defects at which consumer are willing to accepts lots as (cid:498)good(cid:499) Acceptance sampl
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Time Series, Wt1, Simple Linear Regression

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Chap 3 op mgmt book notes exam 1. Techniques assume some underlying causal system that existed in the past will persist into the future. Forecasts for
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Service Design, Internal Communications, Market Environment

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How effectively an organization meets the wants and needs of customers relative to others that offer similar goods or services. 7reasons why orgs can f
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17-19: Queueing Theory, Work Breakdown Structure, Beta Distribution

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Activities project steps that consume resources and/or time. Activity on-arrow (aoa) network diagram convention in which arrows designate activities. A
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Fixed Cost, Cash Flow, Variable Cost

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Capacity: the upper limit or ceiling on the load that an operating unit can handles. Ex of capacity needs equipment space employee skills. Should capac
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: User Friendly, Value Engineering, Service Design

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Translate customer wants and needs into product and service requirements. Translate product and service specifications into process specifications. Que
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Yield Management, Gantt Chart, Hungarian Algorithm

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Assignment model a linear programming model for optimal assignment of tasks and resources. Backward scheduling scheduling backward from a due date. Fin
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5s: Expected Value Of Perfect Information, Sensitivity Analysis, Risk-Seeking

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Identify the problem: specify objectives and criteria for a solution, develop suitable alternatives, analyze and compare alternatives, select the best
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4S-5S: Expected Value Of Perfect Information, Emv, Operations Management

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Chaps 4 and 5 supplements key terms operations management. Availability: the fraction of time a piece of equipment is expected to be available for oper
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Operations Management, Supply Chain, Six Sigma

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Goods: physical items that include raw materials, parts, subassemblies such as motherboards that go to computers, and final products such as cell phone
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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Situation Two, Standard Deviation, Lean Manufacturing

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DSCI 304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14s-15: Reverse Logistics, Order Fulfillment, Radio-Frequency Identification

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Avoidance: finding ways to minimize the number of items that are returned. Bull whip effect: inventory oscillations become progressively larger looking
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