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OR-Modelle sozio-demographischer Prozesse

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Part of the Proceedings in Operations Research book series (ORP, volume 1973)

Abstract

Population mathematics is concerned with formal demographic model building. Herein some optimization theory has been included recently. Some models in population dynamics provide an useful approach to manpower planning. The purpose of the following paper is to present flow models of hierarchical structures and to discuss ideas on demographic optimization, e.g. the sequential decision process of a couple living in sexual union and using contraception. A typical question of the first issue is the following: In what degree promotion within graded organisations depends on the growth of these organisations?

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  1. 1.WienÖsterreich

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