Daniel C. Castle
CMQ/OE, CSSBB, CQE, CRE, CQA, CSQE, CQIA, CPGP, CSCP, PE, PMP, CFPIM, CIRM, CPHQ, LSS BB, LSS MBB

4225 Summit Creek Boulevard * Suite 6107 * Orlando * Florida * 32837
Home/Office: 01 (503) 623-5361 * Mobile: 01 (503) 877-7866 * Email: Daniel.Castle@castlequality.com


Operations Expert
Process Improvement Leader

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International Leader with multi-year postings in global locations.  Extensive work experience in America, India, Singapore, Europe and the Middle East
Repeated delivery of major financial results through alignment of production, service, and delivery systems with strategic objectives.
Proven ability to slash operating costs and other waste while improving both customer and employee satisfaction.
Extensive background in leading large teams in a global environment across many businesses and cultures.
Highly intelligent technical and process mentor for large improvement engineering and consulting communities.




Dan Castle's University Transcripts

The University of Michigan, Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management, and Oregon State University


Business Industrial Engineering

Business 600C - Trends in Economics

Business 600F - International Marketing

Business 600G - Leadership

Business 600J - Financial Accounting

Business 612 - Managerial Accounting

Business 621 - Investments

Business 626 - Legal Environment

Business 650 - Strategy & Organizations

Business 675 - Advanced Marketing

Business 685 - Economics of Politics

Business Administration 562 - Managing Projects

Economics 401 - Modern Economic Society

International Business Administration 608 - International Institutions

Management & Organizational Development 605 - Organizational Development

Management & Organizational Development 612 - Human Resource Management

Management & Organizational Development 621 - Groups & Organizations

Psychology 496 - Industrial & Organizational Psychology

Sociology 572 - Giving & Volunteerism

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 550 - Total Quality Management

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 561 - Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 562 - Manufacturing Systems Management

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 570 - Management Systems Engineering

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 590 - Engineering Economic Analysis

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 591 - Special Topics - Industrial Statistics

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 594 - Research Methods in Engineering

Industrial & Systems Engineering 334 - Organization of Hospital Systems

Industrial & Systems Engineering 380 - Production & Work Methods

Industrial & Systems Engineering 405 - Operations Research

Industrial & Systems Engineering 406 - Random Processes

Industrial & Systems Engineering 421 - Engineering Economics/Decision Analysis

Industrial & Systems Engineering 458 - Methods of Simulation

Industrial & Systems Engineering 484 - Production & Inventory Control

Industrial & Systems Engineering 487 - Facilities Design

Industrial & Systems Engineering 580 - Production Management

Mathematics
Information Technology

Business Administration 421 - Data Base Systems

Computer & Information Systems 102 - Computer Programming

Computer & Information Systems 200 - Programming Methods

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 517 - Bar Codes & Auto Capture

Industrial & Systems Engineering 250 - Computer Organization & Systems

Industrial & Systems Engineering 354 - Intermediate Computer Programming

Industrial & Systems Engineering 454 - Computer Systems

Industrial & Systems Engineering 554 - Management Information Systems

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 551 - Statistical Process Control

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 552 - Design of Industrial Experiments

Industrial & Systems Engineering 416 - Engineering Probability & Statistics I

Industrial & Systems Engineering 417 - Engineering Statistics II

Math 115 - Calculus I, Math 116 - Calculus II, Math 215 - Calculus III

Math 117 - Introduction to Differential Equations

Math 217 - Linear Algebra

Statistics 531 - Sampling Methods

Statistics 543 - Applied Stochastic Models

Statistics 581 - Linear Programming

Engineering
Other

Electrical Engineering 305 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Engineering 101 & 102 - Introduction to Engineering Design & Computing

Engineering 106 - Engineering Graphics I

Engineering 150 - Principles of Engineering Materials

Mechanical Engineering 230 - Thermodynamics

Mechanical Engineering 265 - Applied Mechanics

Core 105 - Composition I

Core 106 - Composition II

English 232 - Introduction to Literature: Fiction

English 323 - Advanced Creative Writing

History 112 - American Past II

Journalism 101 - News Reporting & Writing

Library Science 470 - Literature for Young People

Philosophy 100 - Introduction to Philosophy

Philosophy 543 - World Views & Environmental Values

Spanish 101 - Spanish I

Science

Astronomy 101 - Introduction to Astronomy

Chemistry 114 - General Chemistry I

Physics 150 - General Physics I

Physics 151 - General Physics II

 

Course Descriptions

Astronomy 101 - Introduction to Astronomy
University of Michigan

A one-term introduction for those interested in learning about our present state of knowledge of the universe, its origin, evolution, organization, and ultimate fate. Exciting new discoveries concerning extrasolar planets, star birth, supermassive black holes, dark matter/energy, and cosmology are discussed.

Business 600C - Trends in Economics
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Study and analysis of contemporary topics in international economics involving international trade, international finance and open market macroeconomics, international trade blocks, labor migration and capital flows including those resulting from operations of multinational firms.

Business 600F - International Marketing
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

An analysis of key international marketing activities and functions. Topics include environmental constraints, exporting, international product planning and international selling and advertising. The various concepts are integrated through the development of a complete international plan for the marketing of a product in another country.

Business 600G - Leadership
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

A study of the dynamics of leadership and initiation and management of change in environment serving organizations. Included are: the nature and characteristics of transactional and transformational leadership; relationships of power, authority and responsibility to leadership effectiveness including conflict management, ethics, decision making, risk propensity and change introduction; dynamic relationship between environment, leadership style and change strategies; the nature of change; and the relationships between power and the roles of the change agent and the change manager.

Business 600J - Financial Accounting
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Theoretical foundations of financial reporting, including the standard setting process and the conceptual framework; the valuation and accounting treatment of assets and current liabilities, including a more in-depth examination of cash, receivables, inventories and revenue and expense recognition; the discussion of ethical considerations and other current issues facing the accounting professional are integrated into the curriculum.

Business 612 - Managerial Accounting
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Financial statements, managerial uses of accounting data in decision making; cost analysis; systems to accumulate, summarize and distribute financial information; impact of federal taxes on the firm; emphasis on planning and control techniques through accounting data and information.

Business 621 - Investments
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

A study of various major financial instruments in the investment market including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, futures, treasury and other government bonds, gold and other commodities, real estate and collectibles.

Business 626 - Legal Environment
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Procedures and substantive law of nations. Analysis of the relationship between legal systems and state behaviors.

Business 650 - Strategy & Organizations
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

A study of strategy formulation for environment serving organizations that are serving history-driven environments. Included are: strategy formulation in history-driven environments; industry analysis; competitive analysis; situation analysis; strategy and competitive advantage; and implementing strategy.

Business 675 - Advanced Marketing
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Focuses on the necessary skills to be an effective global marketing manager including analytical decision-making tools that apply to managerial aspects of the marketing functions and tasks. The course will address the skills needed to be a persuasive oral and written communicator of corporate marketing information.

Business 685 - Economics of Politics
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Study of international economic relations; includes economic nationalism, free trade vs. protectionism, regional economic trade blocs, commodity power and activities of multinational corporations.

Business Administration 421 - Data Base Systems
University of Michigan

An introduction to database system concepts and techniques. Topics covered include database environments, ER modeling, relational data model, object-oriented database, object- relational database, database design theory and methodologies, database languages, query processing and optimization, concurrency control, database recovery, and database security.

Business Administration 562 - Managing Projects
Oregon State University

Covers tools and concepts used by managers to plan and initiate business projects. Computer applications, cases and a project.

Chemistry 114 - General Chemistry I
University of Michigan

An introduction to phenomena and principles of chemistry with emphasis on developing an understanding of the fundamentals of chemical processes. Concepts to be explored are chemical reactions, thermodynamics, equilibria, and kinetics. For students considering careers in life sciences, physical sciences and engineering.

Computer & Information Systems 102 - Computer Programming
University of Michigan

An introduction to structured computer programming covering problem formulation, algorithm development, the C++ programming language, program testing and debugging, capabilities and elements of computer organization, and object-oriented software methodologies.

Computer & Information Systems 200 - Programming Methods
University of Michigan

Techniques for the design, writing, testing, and debugging of larger programs, and an introduction to data structures. Topics include pointers, templates, inheritance, files, streams, data abstraction, testing and verification, recursion, stacks, queues, linked lists, sorting, searching, and professional ethics.

Core 105 - Composition I
University of Michigan

Intensive study of college-level expository writing techniques through analysis of assigned texts and regular writing practice. Assignments include: 7-10 papers; period exams and quizzes; comprehensive final exam.

Core 106 - Composition II
University of Michigan

Surveys and develops criteria for appropriate literature for young people in junior high school. Fiction, non-fiction, folklore, poetry, and fantasy are considered with reference to the interests, needs, and abilities of adolescents. Designed for librarians, supervisors, and teachers in the secondary school.

Economics 401 - Modern Economic Society
University of Michigan

Introduction to economic reasoning, basic economic concepts and theories used in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Economic techniques including graphing and marginal analysis will also be introduced and applied to practical problems in everyday life. In addition, this course will focus on the way economic concepts can be taught at the elementary and high school level in a way that integrates economics into a broader understanding of Michigan history, government and geography.

Electrical Engineering 305 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering
University of Michigan

Introduction to electrical and electronic circuits, machinery and instrumentation. Topics include Kirchoff's Laws, Thevenin and Norton Theorems, sinusoidal and transient circuit analysis, numerical methods, solid state electronics, motors and generators, measuring instruments.

Engineering 101 & 102 - Introduction to Engineering Design & Computing
University of Michigan

This course gives students a general introduction to the engineering profession and covers some of the elementary skills that students need in order to be successful in their engineering studies. The course covers topics and problems pertaining to mechanical, industrial/manufacturing, and electrical/computer engineering. Aspects of engineering analysis and design are highlighted. Computer skills and communication skills (both oral and written) are emphasized throughout the semester.

Engineering 106 - Engineering Graphics I
University of Michigan

Principles of solid modeling and the representation of solid models using both conventional drawing and computer graphics. Orthographic representation of points, lines, planes and solids. Reference planes. Auxiliary views. Sections, conventions, dimensioning. Fundamentals of computer-assisted graphics in engineering disciplines. Three-dimensional modeling using computer graphics software.

Engineering 150 - Principles of Engineering Materials
University of Michigan

An introductory course in engineering materials. Particular emphasis is given to the correlation of material properties and internal structures; structure of materials; stress-strain curves; temperature effects; phase diagrams; ferrous and non-ferrous alloys; ceramics; polymers; composites; electrical, magnetic and optical properties; corrosion and failure.

English 232 - Introduction to Literature: Fiction
University of Michigan

A disciplined introduction to the reading of short stories and novels, English and American.

English 323 - Advanced Creative Writing
University of Michigan

Practice in writing poetry, the short story, the novel, and/or the play.

History 112 - American Past II
University of Michigan

A survey of industrializing and industrial America (or: "how things came to be the way they are"). Among the topics covered: economic development, racial and ethnic assimilation, urban growth and decay, and political reform.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 517 - Bar Codes & Auto Capture
Oregon State University

Bar code symbologies, two-dimensional bar code symbologies, bar code reading and printing, smart cards, automatic speech recognition, and wireless technologies.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 550 - Total Quality Management
Oregon State University

Principles of TQM. Vision/value statements and the management feedback process in TQM. Super and subordinate goals and the 10-step TQM problem-solving process. Juran's trilogy and Deming's 14 principles. Team formation, team building and motivation. The Malcolm Baldrige Award. ISO 9000.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 551 - Statistical Process Control
Oregon State University

Systematic analysis of industrial processes through the applications of statistical techniques. Analysis of product quality, design of quality improvement programs, and development of reliability models.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 552 - Design of Industrial Experiments
Oregon State University

Techniques for the statistical analysis and design of industrial control systems. Emphasis on the use of advanced mathematical models and techniques for the control and enhancement of industrial productivity. Applications include, but are not limited to, the estimation and control of process fallout and rework.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 561 - Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Oregon State University

Introduction to concurrent engineering, design for manufacturability and new product life cycles. Topics include forecasting, inventory control, sequencing and scheduling, and assembly line balancing.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 562 - Manufacturing Systems Management
Oregon State University

Topics covered include aggregate production planning, master production scheduling, capacity planning, MRP and resource planning.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 570 - Management Systems Engineering
Oregon State University

Improvement of organizational performance through the design and implementation of systems that integrate personnel, technological, environmental, and organizational variables. Topics include performance assessment and measurement as well as improvement methodologies.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 590 - Engineering Economic Analysis
Oregon State University

Advanced techniques in engineering economy featuring capital budgeting, cost estimating, tax considerations, evaluation of public activities, cost effectiveness, risk and uncertainty model and project comparison methods.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 591 - Special Topics - Industrial Statistics
Oregon State University

In-depth review of key business measurement systems.

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 594 - Research Methods in Engineering
Oregon State University

Introduction to research methodologies including surveys, interviews, quasi-experimentation, and case studies. Methods for research design, and collection and analysis of data.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 250 - Computer Organization & Systems
University of Michigan

Discrete and continuous stochastic processes and their application. Queuing systems: description, performance measures, transient and steady state behavior, and applications.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 334 - Organization of Hospital Systems
University of Michigan

The fundamental concepts of organizational behavior are explored. The interrelationships among personnel in an organization, and the functions and responsibilities of individuals are discussed. Topics studied include decision-making theory, organizational authority and adjunct responsibility, leadership and supervision. Particular emphasis is placed upon hospitals and the health care industry. Lectures are supplemented with actual case studies from the health care industry in which the student has the opportunity to apply problem-solving techniques to true-to-life situations.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 354 - Intermediate Computer Programming
University of Michigan

Systematic study of programming languages with regard to their implementation, structures, and use. Languages are compared with regard to their various data types, data structures, operations, control structures, programming environments, and ease of use in solving various programming problems.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 380 - Production & Work Methods
University of Michigan

The analysis and prediction of human performance in industrial and other man-machine systems using work sampling, time and motion analysis, synthetic and standard time study, and learning curves in the design of such systems. Lectures and laboratory.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 405 - Operations Research
University of Michigan

This course introduces some basic techniques of operations research used in decision making and system performance evaluation in both deterministic and probabilistic environments. The topics in linear programming, especially the simplex method with duality theory and sensitivity analysis, will be included. Other topics include transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, project scheduling, queuing theory, and applications.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 406 - Random Processes
University of Michigan

Review of distribution theory. Introduction to stochastic processes, Markov chains and Markov processes, counting, Poisson and Gaussian processes. Applications to queuing theory.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 416 - Engineering Probability & Statistics I
University of Michigan

Set theory, combinatorial analysis, probability and axioms, random variables, continuous and discrete distribution functions, expectations, Chebychev's inequity, weak law of large numbers, central limit theorem, sampling statistics and distributions, point and interval estimation, and linear regression.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 417 - Engineering Statistics II
University of Michigan

Hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, and statistical design of experiments. Introduction to Deming's principles and the seven QC tools. Applications of these techniques for process improvement and quality assurance.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 421 - Engineering Economics/Decision Analysis
University of Michigan

Study of the concepts involved in the analysis of engineering management decisions, both short and long term. Time valued investments and effects of depreciation and taxes in comparing alternatives are discussed. Specific attention is devoted to deterministic and probabilistic replacement policies for single and chain replacement of equipment. Basic elements of utility theory are introduced. Applications of decision under risk, uncertainty, and of game theory to capital investment, bidding, and to competitive decisions are included.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 454 - Computer Systems
University of Michigan

Role of information systems in organizations. Economic factors and social impact of information systems. Phases to design an information system: Systems objectives and criteria establishment, fact investigation and analysis, feasibility study, output-input design, processing design, file and database design, safety and reliability considerations, detailed systems description, programming specifications, testing, performance measurement, and evaluation.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 458 - Methods of Simulation
University of Michigan

This course introduces digital simulation as a design and modeling tool. The fundamental techniques of constructing a simulation model and evaluating the results are studied. Primarily, the ARENA , PROMODEL, and/or WITNESS simulation packages are used. Topics include: Random Number Generation and Testing, Random Variate Generation, Input and Output Data Analysis, Verification and Validation of Simulation Models, Design of Simulation Experiments, and Variance Reduction Techniques. Students are asked to select problems of interest and present final project reports.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 484 - Production & Inventory Control
University of Michigan

Study of concepts involved in forecasting demand, planning, scheduling and controlling production. The application of mathematical programming techniques, stochastic processes, quality assurance and line balancing to the analysis and design of the production systems. Use of the computer programs in the design of production and inventory control systems.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 487 - Facilities Design
University of Michigan

Analysis planning and design of physical facilities utilizing operations research, engineering and economic principles. Synthesis of physical plant equipment and man into an integrated system for either service or manufacturing activities. Design of material handling systems.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 554 - Management Information Systems
University of Michigan

Basic systems concepts, role of a system analyst in an information system, systems investigation, feasibility study, output/input design, hardware/software evaluation and selection, data management, security considerations, systems implementation, information systems documentations, systems projects estimation and control.

Industrial & Systems Engineering 580 - Production Management
University of Michigan

Forecasting, inventory, and scheduling activities in production systems. Topics in forecasting include regression method, Bayesian method, Box-Jenkins models, and adaptive control models. Continuous and periodic review of inventory models, deterministic and probabalistic cases. Dynamic and static job shop and flow shop scheduling problems are investigated using integer programming, dynamic programming, branch and bound method, and heuristic models. Planning and scheduling for large-scale projects.

International Business Administration 608 - International Institutions
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Examination of the ideas behind and operations of various international organizations, the global and regional levels and assessment of their impact on international politics.

Journalism 101 - News Reporting & Writing
University of Michigan

Study and practice in newspaper reporting and news gathering, interview techniques, and basic newswriting skills. Students will also discuss libel law, ethics, and the use of the Freedom of Information Act.

Library Science 470 - Literature for Young People
University of Michigan

The evaluation of books for children aged three to twelve. Fiction, folklore, poetry, illustration, and informational books are considered with emphasis on the development of standards for selecting materials with reference to the interests, needs, and abilities of children and the enrichment of the school curriculum.

Management & Organizational Development 605 - Organizational Development
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

The principles of organizational development, organizational diagnosis and organizational interventions will be discussed in the context of organizational and individual dynamics, and organizational cultures. Theories, methods and findings relevant to changing individuals and groups in organizational cultural contexts and organizations themselves to improve effectiveness. Individual change strategies, interpersonal and group change strategies, role or task related strategies and organizational system-directed change strategies are covered, including theory, empirical research and practice issues.

Management & Organizational Development 612 - Human Resource Management
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

A study of the theory and practice of human resource management (HRM) in relation to the challenges and opportunities facing the firm in today’s rapidly changing, globally oriented and highly competitive environment. Focuses on strengthening employee-management relations and creating a productive work environment.

Management & Organizational Development 621 - Groups & Organizations
Alliant International University - Marshall Goldsmith School of Management

Introduction to the concept of the business entity as an environment serving organization (ESO) with economic and social responsibilities; explores organization structures, systems, staffing and management processes; covers theoretical and applied aspects of behavior in organizations, including organizational change and development.

Math 115 - Calculus I
University of Michigan

Functions and their graphs; limits and continuity of functions; differentiation; algebraic and trigonometric functions; applications of derivatives; definite and indefinite integrals; applications of definite integral. This course includes computer labs.

Math 116 - Calculus II
University of Michigan

Transcendental functions; techniques of integration; improper integral; infinite sequences and series; Taylor's theorem; topics in analytic geometry; polar coordinates; parametric equations.

Math 117 - Linear Algebra
University of Michigan

An introduction to the theory and methods of linear algebra with matrices. Topics include: Systems of linear equations, algebra of matrices, matrix factorizations, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, science and engineering applications, computational methods.

Math 215 - Calculus III
University of Michigan

Vectors in the plane and space; vector-valued functions and curves; functions of several variables including limits, continuity, partial differentiation and the chain rule; multiple integrals and coordinate transformations; integration in vector fields, Green's Stokes' theorems.

Math 216 - Introduction to Differential Equations
University of Michigan

Solutions and applications of differential equations of the first and second order, linear equations with constant coefficients, solutions by means of power series, Laplace transforms, numerical methods for solution of differential equations.

Mechanical Engineering 230 - Thermodynamics
University of Michigan

The course is a general introduction to thermodynamics with emphasis on engineering applications. Properties of pure substances. Work and heat. The first and second laws of thermodynamics. Entropy and efficiency. Applications systems and control volumes. Mixtures of gases and vapors, air conditioning. Introduction to cycles.

Mechanical Engineering 265 - Applied Mechanics
University of Michigan

A comprehensive introduction to the science of applied mechanics, encompassing a study of forces and the stresses, deflections and motions which they produce. Topics include the concept of equilibrium and static force analysis; the mechanics of deferrable bodies (internal stresses, constitutive relationships, strains, deformable, flow, failure); statics of indeterminate systems ; kinematics; kinetics of particles, systems of particles and rigid bodies.

Philosophy 100 - Introduction to Philosophy
University of Michigan

An introduction to philosophical thinking through an examination of some timeless human problems such as the existence of God, the problem of freedom, and the attempt to find an ethical foundation for life.

Philosophy 543 - World Views & Environmental Values
Oregon State University

A comparative study of world-views (secular and religious, Western and Eastern, modern and ancient) and how they affect concepts of nature, environmental values, and selected environmental issues.

Physics 150 - General Physics I
University of Michigan

Part I of an integrated, two-semester, calculus-based treatment of physics, with emphasis on the solution of physical problems through the understanding of a few basic concepts. Topics are drawn from mechanics.

Physics 151 - General Physics II
University of Michigan

A continuation of PHYS 150. Topics are drawn from electricity and magnetism, and optics.

Psychology 496 - Industrial & Organizational Psychology
Oregon State University

Survey of psychological research and theory relevant to organizations, industry, and other work settings. Topics include training, employee selection, performance evaluation, work attitudes, and motivation.

Sociology 572 - Giving & Volunteerism
Oregon State University

Examines concepts of donor motivation, giving, charity, voluntarism, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector through the analysis of gender roles, ethnicity, power, status, and social institutions.

Spanish 101 - Spanish I
University of Michigan

Listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and culture are emphasized. Course materials promote the use of language to communicate with others and to function in Hispanic culture.

Statistics 531 - Sampling Methods
Oregon State University

Estimation of means, totals and proportions; sampling designs including simple random, stratified, cluster, systematic, multistage and double sampling; ratio and regression estimators; sources of errors in surveys; capture-recapture methods.

Statistics 543 - Applied Stochastic Models
Oregon State University

Development of stochastic models commonly arising in statistics and operations research, such as Poisson processes, birth-and-death processes, discrete-time and continuous-time Markov chains, renewal and Markov renewal processes. Analysis of stochastic models by simulation and other computational techniques.

Statistics 581 - Linear Programming
Oregon State University

Formulation and solution of linear programming models; development of the simplex method and related pivot algorithms; duality, postoptimality analysis, extensions and applications of linear programming; special classes of linear programming.

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