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Comment on A.S.C. Ehrenberg's paper

On the first place, it has to be said that the group members consider it as a jolly good idea to observe the purchasing habits over quite long periods of time instead of making conclusions based on elementary purchasing behaviour. But they regret...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Jean Quatresooz
November 1, 1968

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Preliminary documentation for the Parsim program series

The model is designed to aid a decision maker who is considering the expansion of existing facilities or building a new plant for old or new products. The model conditionally expands the facilities if the ratio of manufacturing capacity to potential...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: General Electric B.V.
November 1, 1968

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The case of Alimentare Emiliana

In October 1968, the Chairman and Managing Director of Alimentare Emiliana S.p.A., Mr. Limentani, had considered the advisability of entering into a new sector of pre-packed foods, for which the prospects of development in Italy seemed to be...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Pietro Gennaro
November 1, 1968

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Comment On H. Bergonier, A. Winkler and C. Ragnitz's papers

The panel pointed out that there were programs available, at least in England, that produced clusters on a more satisfactory basis. The TYPOL method is an "average linkage" procedure based on an effectively random order of presentation rather than,...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Charles W. Clunies-Ross
November 1, 1968

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Comment on G. K. Randall and J. A. Farmer's paper

Several points were stressed in our discussion on the performance given by Mr. Randall and Mr. Farmer. The most essential ones are stated hereafter. In order to put the discussion on a clear base it was first explained that here it is a question of a...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Hans G. Reinmoeller
November 1, 1968

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Investigation as to the extent to which operational research can be used to assist in the choice of different distribution channels with a view to improve profitability

During the course of this report, we would like to show how operational research makes it possible to deal with Marketing problems which up to now were impossible to solve mathematically by the usual methods.

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: P. H. Perrot-Desnoixs
November 1, 1968

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Reply to questions

The questions posed by delegates , both in the working groups and in the final session on Saturday morning, fell into five main groups: these are summarised below, with the answers given by the authors.

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Authors: G. K. Randall, J. A. Farmer
November 1, 1968

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Comment on dr. H Steiner's paper

The method used to obtain optimal or quasi-optimal hierarchy of the activities correlated with the propensity to purchase was not mentioned. Some people insisted on the existence of quite different methods, either deterministic or probabilistic, to...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Jean Quatresooz
November 1, 1968

Research papers

General Comment (Group no. 3)

Before reporting upon the discussions of the different contributions, I would like to make some general remarks which result from our discussion group Nr. 3 and which do not refer to the one or the other specific report.

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Friedrich Wendt
November 1, 1968