Collection ASO0220 - THE FORCE: Forecasting and Optimization Routines for Computer Execution user manual and diskettes [faculty publication]

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THE FORCE: Forecasting and Optimization Routines for Computer Execution user manual and diskettes [faculty publication]

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  • 1984 January (Creation)

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Founded in 1925, the University of Miami is a private research university with more than 15,000 students from around the world. It comprises 12 schools and colleges serving undergraduate and graduate students in more than 180 majors and programs.

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THE FORCE stands for Forecasting and Optimization Routines for Computer Execution.  The publication consists of programs for execution on the Apple II microcomputer, which has been designed as supplemental material for an introductory survey course in quantitative decision making.

The programs of the FORCE are contained in two single sided micro-computer diskettes that acommpany this user's manual.  They were developed by Edward K. Baker and Frank M. Sarfati, Department of Management Science and Computer Systems, University of Miami in 1983.

The manual and the programs were donated to the University Archives by Dr. Edward Baker.

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  • English

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The manual and the programs were donated to the University Archives by Dr. Edward Baker.

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