MC 00349 Guide to the Alan Pritsker Professional Library, 1985-1992
The collection is arranged in alphabetical order with some of the conference proceedings at the front.
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General Physical Description note
2 archival boxes
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Alan Pritsker's professional library was donated by Bruce W. Schmeiser in October, 2003.
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This collection contains photocopies of the covers and publication information for the books from Alan Pritsker's professional library that were donated to North Carolina State University Libraries from Purdue University in 2003.
Alan Pritsker made key contributions to the field of computer simulation as well as industrial engineering and operations research. He published aggressively and served on the faculty of Arizona State University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and Purdue University. Pritsker remained active in numerous professional societies and governmental ogranizations. He received several awards in recognition of his leadership and professional contributions.
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