By Saul I. Gass
An Annotated Timeline of Operations learn: a casual History recounts the evolution of Operations learn (OR) as a brand new technology - the technology of selection making. bobbing up from the pressing operational problems with international struggle II, the philosophy and method of OR has permeated the solution of selection difficulties in company, undefined, and executive. The Timeline chronicles the background of OR within the kind of self-contained, expository entries. each one access offers a concise rationalization of the occasions and folks less than dialogue, and gives key resources the place additional correct info could be received. furthermore, books and papers that experience prompted the improvement of OR or helped to teach the 1st generations of OR lecturers and practitioners are stated through the publication. beginning in 1564 with seminal rules that shape the precursors of OR, the Timeline lines the foremost rules and occasions of OR via 2004.
The Timeline may still curiosity an individual eager about OR - researchers, practitioners, teachers, and, specially, scholars - who desire to find out how OR got here into being. extra, the scope and expository type of the Timeline should still make it of worth to the final reader drawn to the improvement of technology and know-how within the final half the 20th century.
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Andrei N. Kolmogorov 1903–1987 1932 Hypothesis testing During the period 1926–1933, Jerzy Neyman and Egon S. Pearson developed the theory of hypothesis testing in response to Ronald A. Fisher’s ad hoc approach. Their theory allowed one to identify optimal tests by specifying the alternative hypothesis and recognizing the basic two types of error. The celebrated Neyman–Pearson lemma, which dates back to 1930, became the fundamental tool of hypothesis testing and was seminal to advances in the later development of mathematical statistics.
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