Mathematical Models for Manpower and Personnel Planning.
TEXAS UNIV AUSTIN CENTER FOR CYBERNETIC STUDIES
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Current work in mathematical modeling for manpower planning and personnel administration is reviewed with special reference to selected cases in the U.S. Navy. This includes 1 assignment models and their dynamic extensions 2 stochastic models with special reference to Markoff processes, including OCMMs goal programming extensions 3 input-output and activity analysis models, and 4 combinations and extensions with mathematical programming relations delineated. Evaluations of existing developments are delineated with possible paths for future strategies. Potentials for science as well as management are explored. Author
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations