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- Computational Software
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ORSTAT2000 (available courtesy of Henk Tijms)
Educational software modules for applied probability and operations research. The software package contains modules for coin-tossing, roulette, central limit theorem, simulation of queues, traveling salesman problem, dynamic programming, linear programming, and integer programming amongst others.