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Learning Curve - Experience Curve - Bibliography

Louis E. Yelle, University of Lowell
Decision Sciences, Vol 10, Pp 302-328

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Behind the Learning Curve: A Sketch of the Learning Process
Paul S. Adler and Kim B. Clark
Paul S Adler: Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Stanford University
Management Science, Vol. 37, No.3, March 1991
This exploratory paper sketches some of the behavioral processes that give rise to the learning curve.

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