Using OptQuest

Case Solution

Samuel E Bodily, Miguel Palacios, Brett Brohl
Darden School of Business ()

This note describes how to use the OptQuest tool (updated July 2009) to find optimal decision variables based on Crystal Ball Monte Carlo simulations. It includes setting goals and constraints, choosing execution options, saving results, and a simple example.

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