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Logistics Definition of Logistics by Merriam-Webster.
Both logic and logistics ultimately derive from the Greek logos, meaning reason" But while logic derives directly from Greek, logistics took a longer route, first passing into French as logistique, meaning art" of calculating, and then into English from there.
Logistics Wikipedia.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Logistics" Management" redirects here. For the magazine, see Logistics Management magazine. For other uses, see Logistics disambiguation. Management of the flow of resources. Logistics is generally the detailed organization and implementation of a complex operation. In a general business sense, logistics is the management of the flow of things between the point of origin and the point of consumption to meet the requirements of customers or corporations.
LOGISTICS meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
About 3% of his turnover went to paying for logistics and distribution. the logistics of sth His job is to oversee the logistics of the building program. a logistics company/firm/group We hired a logistics company to help us cut costs.
Logistic Definition of Logistic by Merriam-Webster.
2: of or relating to logistics a logistic problem. 3 logistic: of, represented by, or relating to a logistic curve a logistic process. Definition of logistic Entry 2 of 2.: Other Words from logistic More Example Sentences Learn More about logistic.
logistic Wiktionary.
1 Verhulst does not explain his choice of naming, but he contrasts it with the logarithmic curve also from lógos, and it is presumably by analogy with arithmetic and geometric other divisions of mathematics, as his discussion of arithmetic growth and geometric growth precede his discussion of logistic growth.

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