A.S.C.O.T. (Analog Simulation of Competitive Operational Tactics)

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Title

A.S.C.O.T. (Analog Simulation of Competitive Operational Tactics)

Creator

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Publisher

Imperial Oil Ltd., Montreal Competition Laboratory, Toronto

Format

6-teiliger analog-Spezial-Rechner (selbst entwickelt)

Description

Vertriebssteuerung und Bestandsüberwachung; “Operation of up to 5 competing neighborhood service stations in a local trading area. Interactive. Some decisions are completely controlled by participants, and others are made in consultation with umpires who play role of company sales representative, municipal officer, or banker. Managers decide on prices, classes of service, operation, markup, advertising, and sales promotion. Several years of operation are simulated.” (Kibbee/Craft/Nanus 1961, 321; see Imperial Oil Case Study, Chapter 15)

Source

Bleicher 1962a, 49; Rohn 1962, Tab; Kibbee/Craft/Nanus 1961, 315ff & Kap. 15; Greenlaw et al. 1962, 297-298; Koller 1969, 108 (FN 50)

Date

1956 bis 1961

Coverage

CAN

Citation

--, “A.S.C.O.T. (Analog Simulation of Competitive Operational Tactics),” Learning Games Initiative Research Archive (LGIRA), accessed December 5, 2019, http://lgira.mesmernet.org/items/show/2420.

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