## Solutions for Production and Operations Analysis, Seventh Edition

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Chapter 1 - Strategy And CompetitionChapter 1.3 - Competing In The Global MarketplaceChapter 1.7 - Strategic Initiatives: Competing On QualityChapter 1.8 - Strategic Initiatives: ServicizationChapter 1.9 - Matching Process And Product Life CyclesChapter 1.10 - Learning And Experience CurvesChapter 1.11 - Capacity Growth Planning: A Long-term Strategic ProblemChapter 2 - ForecastingChapter 2.4 - Objective Forecasting MethodsChapter 2.6 - Evaluating Forecasts

Chapter 2.7 - Methods For Forecasting Stationary SeriesChapter 2.8 - Trend-based MethodsChapter 2.9 - Methods For Seasonal SeriesChapter 2.10 - Box-jenkins ModelsChapter 3 - Sales And Operations PlanningChapter 3.1 - The S&op ProcessChapter 3.2 - Key Performance IndicatorsChapter 3.3 - The Role Of UncertaintyChapter 3.4 - Aggregate Planning Of CapacityChapter 3.5 - Solving Aggregate Planning ProblemsChapter 3.6 - Disaggregating PlansChapter 4 - Inventory Control Subject To Known DemandChapter 4.4 - Relevant CostsChapter 4.5 - The Eoq ModelChapter 4.6 - Extension To A Finite Production RateChapter 4.7 - Quantity Discount ModelsChapter 4.8 - Resource-constrained Multiple Product SystemsChapter 4.9 - Eoq Models For Production PlanningChapter 5 - Inventory Control Subject To Uncertain DemandChapter 5.2 - Optimization CriterionChapter 5.3 - The Newsvendor ModelChapter 5.5 - Service Levels In (q, R) SystemsChapter 5.6 - Additional Discussion Of Periodic-review SystemsChapter 5.7 - Multiproduct SystemsChapter 6.2 - The Role Of Information In The Supply ChainChapter 6.5 - More General Network FormulationsChapter 6.6 - Determining Delivery Routes In Supply ChainsChapter 6.9 - Multilevel Distribution SystemsChapter 6.10 - Incentives In The Supply ChainChapter 6.11 - Global Supply Chain ManagementChapter 7 - Service Operations ManagementChapter 7.1 - Service Operations StrategyChapter 7.2 - Flow SystemsChapter 7.3 - Modeling Unscheduled ArrivalsChapter 7.4 - Queueing SystemsChapter 7.5 - General Queueing ModelsChapter 7.8 - Revenue ManagementChapter 8 - Push And Pull Production Control Systems: Mrp And JitChapter 8.1 - The Explosion CalculusChapter 8.2 - Alternative Lot-sizing SchemesChapter 8.3 - Incorporating Lot-sizing Algorithms Into The Explosion CalculusChapter 8.4 - Lot Sizing With Capacity ConstraintsChapter 8.5 - Shortcomings Of MrpChapter 8.6 - Jit FundamentalsChapter 9 - Operations SchedulingChapter 9.5 - Objectives In Job Shop Management: An ExampleChapter 9.6 - An Introduction To Sequencing Theory For A Single MachineChapter 9.7 - Sequencing Algorithms For Multiple MachinesChapter 9.8 - Stochastic Scheduling: Static AnalysisChapter 9.9 - Stochastic Scheduling: Dynamic AnalysisChapter 9.10 - Assembly Line BalancingChapter 10 - Project SchedulingChapter 10.2 - Critical Path AnalysisChapter 10.3 - Time Costing MethodsChapter 10.4 - Solving Critical Path Problems With Linear ProgrammingChapter 10.5 - Pert: Project Evaluation And Review TechniqueChapter 10.6 - Resource ConsiderationsChapter 11 - Facilities Layout And LocationChapter 11.3 - Types Of LayoutsChapter 11.4 - A Prototype Layout Problem And The Assignment ModelChapter 11.5 - More Advanced Mathematical Programming FormulationsChapter 11.6 - Computerized Layout TechniquesChapter 11.7 - Flexible Manufacturing SystemsChapter 11.8 - Locating New FacilitiesChapter 11.9 - The Single-facility Rectilinear Distance Location ProblemChapter 11.10 - Euclidean Distance ProblemsChapter 11.11 - Other Location ModelsChapter 12 - Quality And AssuranceChapter 12.1 - Statistical Basis Of Control ChartsChapter 12.2 - Control Charts For Variables: The X-bar And R ChartsChapter 12.3 - Control Charts For Attributes: The P ChartChapter 12.4 - The C ChartChapter 12.5 - Classical Statistical Methods And Control ChartsChapter 12.6 - Economic Design Of X-bar ChartsChapter 12.9 - Single Sampling For AttributesChapter 12.10 - Double Sampling Plans For AttributesChapter 12.11 - Sequential Sampling PlansChapter 12.12 - Average Outgoing QualityChapter 13 - Reliability And MaintainabilityChapter 13.1 - Reliability Of A Single ComponentChapter 13.2 - Increasing And Decreasing Failure RatesChapter 13.3 - The Poisson Process In Reliability ModelingChapter 13.4 - Failures Of Complex EquipmentChapter 13.6 - Deterministic Age Replacement StrategiesChapter 13.7 - Planned Replacement Under UncertaintyChapter 13.8 - Analysis Of Warranty Policies

### Book Details

The Seventh Edition of Production and Operations Analysis builds a solid foundation for beginning students of production and operations management. Continuing a long tradition of excellence, Nahmias and Olsen bring decades of combined experience to craft the most clear and up-to-date resource available. The authors' thorough updates include incorporation of current technology that improves the effectiveness of production processes, additional qualitative sections, and new material on service operations management and servicization. Bolstered by copious examples and problems, each chapter stands alone, allowing instructors to tailor the material to their specific needs. The text is essential reading for learning how to better analyze and improve on all facets of operations. Not-for-sale instructor resource material available to college and university faculty only; contact publisher directly.

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