Academic Writing in English by Nataliya Todorova

By Nataliya Todorova

This handbook is aimed to supply the company scholars of the college who're going to put in writing and shield their commencement thesis in English with techniques as to how they could turn into greater writers.

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X n ) ^ bj are satisfied. ,n. (2) *Heuristics are rules of thumb for searching for solutions (see Meier, Newell, and Pazor, 1969, Chapter 5). With simulation, we describe the operation of the system in terms of the behavior of the individual elements and their interactions. By generating input data, we can simulate the operation of the system and determine its overall behavior. Simulation may thus be viewed as carrying out statistical sampling experiments on the model of the system. By varying the controllable variables in the model and comparing performances, we can identify satisfactorily prescriptive solutions (Guetzkow, Kotier, and Schultz, 1972; Hillier and Lieberman, 1967, Chapter 14; Meier, Newell, and Pazor 1969; Naylor, Balintfy, et al, 1966).

We use the descriptive process model as the basis for constructing the explicit mathematical model. Suppose that for a particular value of i the left side of (1) is made an objective function. ,n. (5) We note that sometimes the objective function could be a function of more than one gj. For purposes of generating prescriptive alternatives, we treat the maximization of (3) subject to (4) and (5) as a mathematical programming problem, even though we know that the components of x are not in general all controlled by the same policy maker.

An organization's policy is viewed as consisting of more or less standard rules developed by decision makers on the basis of personal values, past experience, and information stored in memory. These rules involve comparisons of feedback and objectives, search processes, and learning routines. Operationally, they are represented by a discrimination net consisting of test nodes, operations nodes, terminal nodes, and the pathways between them. At a test node, a question is asked about the input data.

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