This is an exploration of using a financial planning language to model problems in contrast to using a computer programming language. A demonstration is done for analyzing equipment replacement cycles.
programming, computer software, modeling language, interactive financial planning system (IFPS), decision support system, longest path optimization problems
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Aronson, Jay E. and Aronofsky, Julius S., "Use of Financial Planning Languages for the Optimization of Generated Networks for Equipment Replacement" (1984). Historical Working Papers. 65.