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ERIC Number: ED055322
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Oct
Pages: 41
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Short Range Planning for Educational Management.
Turksen, I. B.; Holzman, A. G.
A planning cycle for any autonomous university entity contains five basic processes: information storage and retrieval forecasting, resource allocation, scheduling, and a term of study with a feedback loop. The resource allocation process is investigated for the development of shortrange planning models. Dynamic models wth linear and quadratic preference functions are suggested for planning teaching activities if the nee for resource planning is anticipated. On the other hand, if the ranges of resources are known, the decisionmaker can determine a plan not only for the teaching activities but also one for the allocation of resources. (Author)
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Note: Paper presented at Operations Research Society of America Annual Meeting (38th, Detroit, Michigan, October 28-30, 1970)