Designing HIV/AIDS Intervention Studies: An Operations Research
Graduates of the Operational Logistics curriculum are fully qualified operations research
analysts, ready to tackle the Navy's toughest problems.
The roots of AI in operations research
not only shed light on the capacity of the early discipline to productively straddle the science-engineering divide but also go some distance in explaining other key aspects of the history that McCorduck elides.
analysts begin by defining the problem and learning everything they can about it.
This award is to recognize outstanding academic programs that have implemented their vision of preparing students to be good practitioners of operations research
and advanced analytics.
We advance development of operations research
approaches in the area of revenue management and pricing, and promote identifying new industries that can benefit, while retaining high professional standards.
The air logistics center used an operations research
technique called "Critical Chain" to reduce the number of C-5 aircraft undergoing repair and overhaul in the depot from 13 to seven in just eight months.
The HIV/AIDS Operations Research
Handbook guides program managers and researchers through each step in the design, implementation, and assessment of HIV/AIDS programs, giving them crucial tools and information in a straightforward format.
Kluwer Academic president Jeff Smith said the acquired titles will help strengthen Kluwer Online, "especially in the fields of chemistry, operations research
, mathematics, physics, computer science and telecommunitions.
Treating real-world examples as mathematical problems, the author begins with an introduction to operations research
and optimization modeling that includes applications from sports scheduling an the airline industry.
AGIFORS Revenue Management Study Group features the latest innovations in airline operations research
as it applies to revenue management.
has edited this guide of operations research
applications for students and practitioners who may not be experts in software development or information technology.