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Course Name
Turkish Yöneylem Araştırması
English Operations Research
Course Code
BLG 368E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Ali Evren Göksungur
Course Objectives One or more advanced courses on applications in: manufacturing systems; data analysis; information engineering; financial engineering; or service systems.A collaborative systems design experience.
Collaborative project experiences involving both written and oral presentations.Experiences with identifying, accessing, evaluating, and interpreting information and data in support of assignments, projects, or research. ( Dr. Ali Evren Goksungur Academic Staff at Istanbul Technical University , Computer Engineering Department) ,Dr. Ali Evren Göksungur , İTÜ Bilgisayar Mühendisliği Öğretim Görevlisi
Course Description Operations researchers make use of analytical and creative skills to assist organisations in developing better systems and operational procedures.

They examine an organisation's operations and use mathematical modelling, computer software or other analytical approaches to find more effective ways of working. They provide managers with the information they need to develop a strategic policy and make better decisions.

Operations research (OR), sometimes also known as management science, was developed in Britain during World War Two, when it was used to apply mathematical and scientific techniques to the planning of military operations. Today OR is used throughout industry, commerce and government services.
Course Outcomes Why is OR needed?

Because it makes sense to make the best use of available resources. Today’s global markets and instant communications mean that customers expect high-quality products and services when they need them, where they need them. Organisations, whether public or private, need to provide these products and services as effectively and efficiently as possible. This requires careful planning and analysis – the hallmarks of good OR. This is usually based on process modelling, analysis of options or business analytics.
Required Facilities
Textbook Wayne L. Winston Operations Research Application
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