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ISE Browsing Guide

H-HJ Business: Statistics, Economics, Transportation and Communications, Commerce, Finance
Q295-390 System theory, Cybernetics, AI
QA269-272 Game Theory
QA273-280 Probablities, Stochastic Processes, and Mathematical Statistics
QA297-299 Numerical Analysis
QA402-404 System Theory, Control Theory, Mathematical and Combinatorial Optimization
T55.4-60 Industrial Engineering, Operations Research, Systems Analysis, Decision Support Systems
TA168-169 Systems Engineering, Reliability
TA177-178 Engineering Economy
TA329-348 Engineering Mathematics
TJ211-225 Robots, Control Systems
TS155-175 Production Management, Operations Management, Quality Control
TS176-183 Manufacturing

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