Volume 167, Number 1, November 2005
- Carlo Filippi:
A fresh view on the tolerance approach to sensitivity analysis in linear programming.
- Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo:
Phase I cycling under the most-obtuse-angle pivot rule.
- S. K. Mishra:
Non-differentiable higher-order symmetric duality in mathematical programming with generalized invexity.
- Patrizia Beraldi, Andrzej Ruszczynski:
Beam search heuristic to solve stochastic integer problems under probabilistic constraints.
- Shinji Imahori, Mutsunori Yagiura, Toshihide Ibaraki:
Improved local search algorithms for the rectangle packing problem with general spatial costs.
- Roy H. Kwon:
Data dependent worst case bounds for weighted set packing.
- José Fernando Gonçalves, Jorge José de Magalhães Mendes, Mauricio G. C. Resende:
A hybrid genetic algorithm for the job shop scheduling problem.
- Tjendera Santoso, Shabbir Ahmed, Marc Goetschalckx, Alexander Shapiro:
A stochastic programming approach for supply chain network design under uncertainty.
- Roger Filliger, Max-Olivier Hongler:
Cooperative flow dynamics in production lines with buffer level dependent production rates.
- H. C. Huang, E. P. Chew, K. H. Goh:
A two-echelon inventory system with transportation capacity constraint.
- Rosa E. Lillo:
Ergodicity and analysis of the process describing the system state in polling systems with two queues.
- Taho Yang, Rong-Shean Lee, Mu-Chen Chen, Pangwei Chen:
Queueing network model for a single-operator machine interference problem with external operations.
- Constantinos Maglaras, Jan A. Van Mieghem:
Queueing systems with leadtime constraints: A fluid-model approach for admission and sequencing control.
- Imran Maqsood, Guo H. Huang, Julian Scott Yeomans:
An interval-parameter fuzzy two-stage stochastic program for water resources management under uncertainty.
- Jung-Tai Chen:
Using the sum-of-uniforms method to generate correlated random variates with certain marginal distribution.
- Ali Amiri:
The selection and scheduling of telecommunication calls with time windows.
- Ines Herrero:
Different approaches to efficiency analysis. An application to the Spanish Trawl fleet operating in Moroccan waters.
- Carlos Andrés, José Miguel Albarracín, Guillermina Tormo, Eduardo Vicens, José Pedro García-Sabater:
Group technology in a hybrid flowshop environment: A case study.
Volume 167, Number 2, December 2005
- Simon Dunstall, Andrew Wirth:
A comparison of branch-and-bound algorithms for a family scheduling problem with identical parallel machines.
- Klaus Jansen, Monaldo Mastrolilli, Roberto Solis-Oba:
Approximation schemes for job shop scheduling problems with controllable processing times.
- Mark J. R. Ebben, M. C. van der Heijden, Aart van Harten:
Dynamic transport scheduling under multiple resource constraints.
- Jeriad Zoghby, J. Wesley Barnes, John J. Hasenbein:
Modeling the reentrant job shop scheduling problem with setups for metaheuristic searches.
- Oded Berman, Jiamin Wang, K. P. Sapna:
Optimal management of cross-trained workers in services with negligible switching costs.
- Marco Slikker, Jan Fransoo, Marc Wouters:
Cooperation between multiple news-vendors with transshipments.
- Jayanta Kumar Dey, Samarjit Kar, Manoranjan Maiti:
An interactive method for inventory control with fuzzy lead-time and dynamic demand.
- Peter Letmathe, Nagraj Balakrishnan:
Environmental considerations on the optimal product mix.
- Werner Jammernegg, Peter Kischka:
Dynamic, customer-oriented improvement of supply networks.
- Denis Bouyssou, Marc Pirlot:
A characterization of concordance relations.
- Luis J. Rodríguez-Muñiz, Miguel López-Díaz, María Angeles Gil:
Solving influence diagrams with fuzzy chance and value nodes.
- Divakaran Liginlal, Terence T. Ow:
On policy capturing with fuzzy measures.
- Rudolf Avenhaus, Morton John Canty:
Playing for time: A sequential inspection game.
- Malcolm J. Beynon:
A novel technique of object ranking and classification under ignorance: An application to the corporate failure risk problem.
- Javier de Andrés, Manuel Landajo, Pedro Lorca:
Forecasting business profitability by using classification techniques: A comparative analysis based on a Spanish case.
- Marvin D. Troutt, William Acar:
A Lorenz-Pareto measure of pure diversification.
- Shunji Tanaka, Yukihiro Uraguchi, Mituhiko Araki:
Dynamic optimization of the operation of single-car elevator systems with destination hall call registration: Part I. Formulation and simulations.
- Shunji Tanaka, Yukihiro Uraguchi, Mituhiko Araki:
Dynamic optimization of the operation of single-car elevator systems with destination hall call registration: Part II. The solution algorithm.
Volume 167, Number 3, December 2005 Multicriteria Scheduling
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- Vincent T'Kindt, Jean-Charles Billaut:
- Han Hoogeveen:
- Rabia K. Kayan, M. Selim Akturk:
A new bounding mechanism for the CNC machine scheduling problems with controllable processing times.
- Giovanni Miragliotta, Marco Perona:
Decentralised, multi-objective driven scheduling for reentrant shops: A conceptual development and a test case.
- Thomas Hanne, Stefan Nickel:
A multiobjective evolutionary algorithm for scheduling and inspection planning in software development projects.
- Jatinder N. D. Gupta, Alex J. Ruiz-Torres:
Generating efficient schedules for identical parallel machines involving flow-time and tardy jobs.
- S. Afshin Mansouri:
A Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm for mixed-model sequencing on JIT assembly lines.
- José Elias Claudio Arroyo, Vinícius Amaral Armentano:
Genetic local search for multi-objective flowshop scheduling problems.
- Francis Sourd:
Punctuality and idleness in just-in-time scheduling.
- Xuesong Zhou, Ming Zhong:
Bicriteria train scheduling for high-speed passenger railroad planning applications.
- T. K. Varadharajan, Chandrasekharan Rajendran:
A multi-objective simulated-annealing algorithm for scheduling in flowshops to minimize the makespan and total flowtime of jobs.
- Carl Esswein, Jean-Charles Billaut, Vitaly A. Strusevich:
Two-machine shop scheduling: Compromise between flexibility and makespan value.