Test Bank for Data Analysis, Optimization, and Simulation Modeling, International Edition, 4th Edition, S. Christian Albright, Christopher Zappe, Wayne Winston, ISBN-10: 0538476761, ISBN-13: 9780538476768, Downloadable Digital Test Bank Files

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Tables for Filtering, Sorting, and Summarizing.
2.8 Conclusion.
3. Finding Relationships Among VariTables.
3.1 Introduction.
3.2 Relationships Among Categorical VariTables.
3.3 Relationships Among Categorical VariTables and a Numerical VariTable.
3.4 Relationships Among Numerical VariTables.
3.5 Pivot TTables.
3.6 An Extended Example.
3.7 Conclusion.
4. Probability and Probability Distributions.
4.1. Introduction.
4.2. Probability Essentials.
4.3. Distribution of a Single Random VariTable.
4.4. An Introduction to Simulation.
4.5. Distribution of Two Random VariTables: Scenario Approach.
4.6. Distribution of Two Random VariTables: Joint Probability Approach.
4.7. Independent Random VariTables.
4.8. Weighted Sums of Random VariTables.
4.9. Conclusion.
5. Normal, Binomial, Poisson, and Exponential Distributions.
5.1. Introduction.
5.2. The Normal Distribution.
5.3. Applications of the Normal Distribution.
5.4. The Binomial Distribution.
5.5. Applications of the Binomial Distribution.
5.6. The Poisson and Exponential Distributions.
5.7. Fitting a Probability Distribution to Data with @RISK.
5.8. Conclusion.
6. Decision Making Under Uncertainty.
6.1. Introduction.
6.2. Elements of a Decision Analysis.
6.3. The PrecisionTree Add-In.
6.4. Bayes’ Rule.
6.5. Multistage Decision Problems.
6.6. Incorporating Attitudes Toward Risk.
6.7. Conclusion.
7. Sampling and Sampling Distributions.
7.1. Introduction.
7.2. Sampling Terminology.
7.3. Methods for Selecting Random Samples.
7.4. An Introduction to Estimation.
7.5. Conclusion.
8. Confidence Interval Estimation.
8.1. Introduction.
8.2. Sampling Distributions.
8.3. Confidence Interval for a Mean.
8.4. Confidence Interval for a Total.
8.5. Confidence Interval for a Proportion.
8.6. Confidence Interval for a Standard Deviation.
8.7. Confidence Interval for the Difference Between Means.
8.8. Confidence Interval for the Difference Between Proportions.
8.9. Controlling Confidence Interval Length.
8.10. Conclusion.
9. Hypothesis Testing.
9.1. Introduction.
9.2. Concepts in Hypothesis Testing.
9.3. Hypothesis Tests for a Population Mean.
9.4. Hypothesis Tests for Other Parameters.
9.5. Tests for Normality.
9.6. Chi-Square Test for Independence.
9.7. One-Way ANOVA.
9.8. Conclusion.
10. Regression Analysis: Estimating Relationships.
10.1. Introduction.
10.2. Scatterplots: Graphing Relationships.
10.3. Correlations: Indicators of Linear Relationships.
10.4. Simple Linear Regression.
10.5. Multiple Regression.
10.6. Modeling Possibilities.
10.7. Validation of the Fit.
10.8. Conclusion.
11. Regression Analysis: Statistical Inference.
11.1. Introduction.
11.2. The Statistical Model.
11.3. Inferences About the Regression Coefficients.
11.4. Multicollinearity.
11.5. Include/Exclude Decisions.
11.6. Stepwise Regression.
11.7. The Partial F Test.
11.8. Outliers.
11.9. Violations of Regression Assumptions.
11.10. Prediction.
11.11. Conclusion.
12. Time Series Analysis and Forecasting.
12.1. Introduction.
12.2. Forecasting Methods: An Overview.
12.3. Testing for Randomness.
12.4. Regression-Based Trend Models.
12.5. The Random Walk Model.
12.6. Autoregression Models.
12.7. Moving Averages.
12.8. Exponential Smoothing.
12.9. Seasonal Models.
12.10. Conclusion.
13. Introduction to Optimization Modeling.
13.1. Introduction.
13.2. Introduction to Optimization.
13.3. A Two-VariTable Product Mix Model.
13.4. Sensitivity Analysis.
13.5. Properties of Linear Models.
13.6. Infeasibility and Unboundedness.
13.7. A Larger Product Mix Model.
13.8. A Multiperiod Production Model.
13.9. A Comparison of Algebraic and Spreadsheet Models.
13.10. A Decision Support System.
13.11. Conclusion.
14. Optimization Models.
14.1. Introduction.
14.2. Worker Scheduling Models.
14.3. Blending Models.
14.4. Logistics Models.
14.5. Aggregate Planning Models.
14.6. Financial Models.
14.7. Integer Programming Models.
14.8. Nonlinear Programming Models.
14.9. Conclusion.
15. Introduction to Simulation Modeling.
15.1. Introduction.
15.2. Probability Distributions for Input VariTables.
15.3. Simulation and the Flaw of Averages.
15.4. Simulation with Built-In Excel Tools.
15.5. Introduction to the @RISK Add-in.
15.6. The Effects of Input Distributions on Results.
15.7. Conclusion.
16. Simulation Models.
16.1. Introduction.
16.2. Operations Models.
16.3. Financial Models.
16.4. Marketing Models.
16.5. Simulating Games of Chance.
16.6. An Automated Template for @RISK Models.
16.7. Conclusion.