A Cumulative Approach towards Fixing Constraints of an Organizational Output as per Concluding Break Even Point by Simulink Model
A strategy (business or marketing )that integrates an organization's marketing goals into a whole segment internal (organizational) and external (competitive) level, ideally drawn from market research, emphasizes on the ideal product mix to achieve maximum profit potential. In the following research article author emphasize on various types of non-linearity associated with product development phase to lose control on its production output. It is usually a bundle of tangible and intangible value of attributes which decides the role of marketing regarding benefits, features, functions and its usage that a seller offers to a buyer for purchase, the optimize value is calculated by applying non-linear mathematical genetic algorithm function with interaction of variable (A) and (B). The main objective is to study the breakeven analysis by setting a second order transfer function of output of given organization here author wants to calculate the output transfer function of an organization with a set of given input variables (it may be quantity of raw material, time, money etc) various constraints decides the output of any organization.The following paper incorporates with concluding product mix with non-linearity error inside the organization and its effect outside variable.The calculation of output variable in terms of contribution has been made by applying simulation and tool of simulation is Matlab.
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