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Quantitative Measurements for Logistics 2 editions

Cover of: Quantitative Measurements for Logistics by Philip T. Frohne

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The word "logistics" derives from the Greek root Logos, which at its simplest means "word" and at its most complex and philosophical (thanks to Heraclitus, sometime before 475 BCE) is that which establishes and governs the fundamental order of the cosmos.
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Classifications

Library of Congress T50 .F76 2008
Dewey 658.5

2 editions First published in 2007

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Cover of: Quantitative Measurements for Logistics
August 15, 2007, McGraw-Hill Professional
Quantitative Measurements for Logistics
Paperback in English - 1st edition
Cover of: Quantitative measurements for logistics
2008, McGraw-Hill
Quantitative measurements for logistics
in English

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April 28, 2010 Edited by Open Library Bot Linked existing covers to the work.
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