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1. Drucker Peter F., "Thinking Ahead: Potentials of Management Science," Harvard Business Review, Vol. 37, No. 1. pp. 25-30, 146-150 ( January- February 1959). (Section 1.2.]
2. Porter A., An Introduction to Servomechanisms, Methuen & Co., London, and John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1950. [Section 1.1.]
3. MacMillan R. H., An Introduction to the Theory of Control in Mechanical Engineering, The University Press, Cambridge, 1951. (Section 1.1.)
4. Brown Gordon S., and Campbell Donald P., Principles of Servomechanisms, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1948. [Section 1.1.]
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Ragazzini John R., and Franklin Gene F., Sampled-Data Control Systems, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1958. [Section 1.1.]

Seifert William W., and Steeg Carl W., Jr., Editors, Control Systems Engineering, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1960. [Section 1.1. Appendix F.]

6. Tustin Arnold, The Mechanism of Economic Systems, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1953. [Section 1.4.]
7. Leavitt Harold J., and Whisler Thomas L., "Management in the 1980's," Harvard Business Review, Vol. 36, No. 6, pp. 41-48 ( November-December 1958). [Sections 3.3. 20.4.]
8. Kovach Ladis D., "Life Can Be So Nonlinear," American Scientist, Vol. 48, No. 2. pp. 218-225 ( June 1960), published by the Society of the Sigma Xi. (Section 4.1.]
9. Klein Lawrence R., Economic Fluctuations in the United States 1921-1941, Cowles Commission Monograph No. 11, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1950. [Chapter 12.]
10. Koopmans Tjalling C., Editor, Statistical Inference in Dynamic Economic Models, Cowles Commission Monograph No. 10, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1950, Third Printing, July 1958. [Chapter 12.]
11. Churchman C. West, Theory of Experimental Inference, The Macmillan Company, New York, 1948. [Section 13.7.]
12. Vidale M. L., and Wolfe H. B., "An Operations- Research Study of Sales Response to Advertising," Operations Research, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 370-381 ( June 1957). [Section 16.1.]
13. The following S.M. theses have been completed at the M.I.T. School of Industrial Management under the supervision of the author. Being S.M. theses, only part time for some six months was available to the students for their completion. Time did not permit as many revised drafts as may have been desirable, nor was there time for the student to interpret and take full advantage of the system model that he formulated. However, each of the following has made a substantial contribution in opening new facets of the field of industrial dynamics. Ph.D. theses and staff research are now under way to exploit interesting areas opened by several of the following theses. Micro- film or photocopies of theses can be purchased from the Library, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.

Ballmer, Ray W., Sloan Fellow at M.I.T., 1959-1960, from the Kennecott Copper Corporation, S.M. Thesis, School of Industrial Manage ment, Copper Market Fluctuations: An Industrial Dynamics Study, 1960, i-ix plus 125 pages. [Section 19.3.]

Fey Willard R., The Stability and Transient Response of Industrial Organizations, S.M. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering, 1961, M.I.T., 8 unnumbered front pages, 132 pages plus appendix of 22 pages. [Section 17.4.]

Hurford, Walter J., Sloan Fellow at M.I.T., 1959-60, from the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, S.M. Thesis, School of Industrial Management, Application of Industrial Dynamics to the Growth of the Fuel Manufacturing Industry for Nuclear Thermal Electric Power Plants, 1960, i-vii plus 123 pages. [Section 19.8.]

Katz, Abraham, Sloan Fellow at M.I.T., 1957-58, from the Radio Corporation of America, S.M. Thesis, School of Industrial Management, An Operations Analysis of an Electronic Systems Firm, 1958, 7 front plus 109 pages. [Section 19.4.]

Kinsley, Edward R., Sloan Fellow at M.I.T., 1958-59, from the Texas Instruments Company,

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