Operations Research Applications in Space Systems Development and Operations
Recent industry management makes large use of Operations Research methodologies to optimize the development, integration, and testing costs and schedule.
This chapter provides an overview of the potential of an extensive application of Operations Research in the space industry, with an adequate use of enabling concurrent and collaborative engineering technologies.
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