TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SUBOPTIMISATION»
The term «suboptimisation» is barely ever used and occupies the 207.759
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBOPTIMISATION»
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Total Quality Management: Proceedings of the First World ...
All these are suboptimisation, causing loss. All these activities should be
coordinated to optimise the whole system. The performance of any component is
to be evaluated in terms of its contribution to the aim of the system, not for its
Portfolio Decision Analysis: Improved Methods for Resource ...
We group studies into four categories: those dealing with suboptimisation, with
partition dependence, with various forms of status quo bias and with scope
insensitivity. We focus here on heuristics and biases in portfolio decisions and
Ahti Salo, Jeffrey Keisler, Alec Morton, 2011
Practice-Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation: Third ...
Or if not, it may lead to Suboptimisation Optimisation •Coherence applied org.
wide •Only local coherence •Frequent synchronisation •No synchronisation •
Integral EA-vision and activities •Local EA-visions and activities •EA integrated in
Frank Harmsen, Knut Grahlmann, Erik Proper, 2011
Principles Of Management
The process of allocating objectives among various units creates the problem of
potential goal conflict and suboptimisation, wherein achieving the goals of one
unit may jeopardise achieving the goals of another. For example, the production
Production and Operation Management
However, the HRD manager must be alert to spot those situations in which a
serious suboptimisation will occur as a result of indifference to efficiency
considerations. The character of suboptimisation requires detailed definition. In
substance, it ...
Ethics and Accountability in a Context of Governance and New ...
Yet, as regards performance measurement, lack of congruency between different
goals is a problem, and may cause a situation known as suboptimisation. In such
a situation organisations as parts of larger organisations prefer to pursue their ...
Cybernetics and Society: An Analysis of Social Systems
The suboptimisation of Sl and S2, for the given shadow prices $l and p2, yields
the internal outputs yll and v21- and the internal inputs u2i and U^. The problem
is, however, that the outputs and inputs generally do not match; thus yll does not
Directors: An A-Z Guide
SunTze,The Artof War,6th century BC. Suboptimisation. See GAMES
DIRECTORS PLAY. Subsidiary. company. A company in a group of companies in
which another company in the group holds all or a majority of its voting shares.
Fourth Power Systems Computation Conference: PSCC ...
(VVX)}- ° O*) subject to suboptimisation II. Each suboptimisation except the first
one in the first iteration starts with the state of the power system calculated as the
result of the previous suboptimisation. At eaoh suboptimisation the value of the ...
Mistakes: How They Have Happened and How Some Might Be Avoided
That tendency has led to errors in the design and managementofinteractive
systems as aresultofoverlooking unintended interactions—an error sometimes
referred to as suboptimisation. A common form of suboptimisation has been the
error of ...