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Operations Research with Engineering: Get Started

This guide supports the Operations Research interdisciplinary Ph.D. program.

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"Operations Research involves mathematically modeling physical systems (both naturally occurring and man-made) with a view to determining a course of action for the system to either improve or optimize its functionality. Examples of such systems include: manufacturing systems, chemical processes, socio-economic systems, mechanical systems (e.g., those that produce and utilize energy and materials), and mining systems." (From https://orwe.mines.edu)

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