Aspects Regarding The Optimization Of The Quality Of Managerial Decisions - Solving An Optimization Problem In The Sense Of Sustainability With Winqsb
AbstractIn this paper we present an optimization problem solving, problem that is mathematically shaped as a linear programming problem. This is made with the purpose of finding an optimal solution which is also a sustainable one. In the present and future society, it is clear that nothing can be done honestly, but only in the sense of a professional and sustainable thinking (Konrad, C., 2011, pp.202-217, Petrescu, I., 2006, p.1). To think sustainable can also mean “to be calculated”, in popular language “to choose wisely”, all for achieving the proposed project, being careful to using non-renewable resources, to pollution, to protection for human resource, etc. Of course that the logical and precise language of Mathematics can help us formulate these issues as rigorous as possible. The problem addressed in this article was simulated in WinQSB software.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Management Brasov in its journal Review of General Management.
Volume (Year): 15 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (Mai)
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optimal problem; linear programming; sustainability; modelling; simulation;
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