Journal of Transportation and Statistics

INDEX FOR VOLUME 7 * D Demographic factors , crashes , Vol . ... 7 ( 2/3 ) : 13–26 Advanced Traveler Information Systems , E Econometric analyses airline networks , Vol . ... 7 ( 1 ) : 7-21 EMFAC ( Emission FACtor ) model , Vol .




ISBN: IND:30000107368494

Category: Transportation


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Tutorials on Emerging Methodologies and Applications in Operations Research

Flows in Networks. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1962. A. M. H. Gerards. Matching. In Network models, volume 7 of Handbooks in Operations Research, pages 135–224. Elsevier, 1995. M. Goemans. Worst-case comparison of valid ...


Author: Harvey J. Greenberg

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387228273

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 342

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This volume reflects the theme of the INFORMS 2004 Meeting in Denver: Back to OR Roots. Emerging as a quantitative approach to problem-solving in World War II, our founders were physicists, mathematicians, and engineers who quickly found peace-time uses. It is fair to say that Operations Research (OR) was born in the same incubator as computer science, and it has spawned many new disciplines, such as systems engineering, health care management, and transportation science. Although people from many disciplines routinely use OR methods, many scientific researchers, engineers, and others do not understand basic OR tools and how they can help them. Disciplines ranging from finance to bioengineering are the beneficiaries of what we do — we take an interdisciplinary approach to problem-solving. Our strengths are modeling, analysis, and algorithm design. We provide a quanti- tive foundation for a broad spectrum of problems, from economics to medicine, from environmental control to sports, from e-commerce to computational - ometry. We are both producers and consumers because the mainstream of OR is in the interfaces. As part of this effort to recognize and extend OR roots in future probl- solving, we organized a set of tutorials designed for people who heard of the topic and want to decide whether to learn it. The 90 minutes was spent addre- ing the questions: What is this about, in a nutshell? Why is it important? Where can I learn more? In total, we had 14 tutorials, and eight of them are published here.

Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization

Network models. Volume 7 of Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science. North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam (1995) Balakrishnan, A., Magnanti, T.L., Mirchandani, P.: Network design. In Dell'Amico, M., Maffioli, F., eds.


Author: George Nemhauser

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540259602

Category: Mathematics

Page: 448

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This volume contains the papers accepted for publication at IPCO X, the Tenth International Conference on Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization, held in New York City, New York, USA, June 7-11, 2004. The IPCO series of conferences presents recent results in theory, computation and applications of integer programming and combinatorial optimization. These conferences are sponsored by the Mathematical Programming Society, and are held in those years in which no International Symposium on Mathematical Programming takes place. IPCO VIII was held in Utrecht (The Netherlands) and IPCO IX was held in Cambridge (USA). A total of 109 abstracts, mostly of very high quality, were submitted. The Program Committee accepted 32, in order to meet the goal of having three days of talks with no parallel sessions. Thus, many excellent abstracts could not be accepted. The papers in this volume have not been refereed. It is expected that revised versions of the accepted papers will be submitted to standard scientific journals for publication. The Program Committee thanks all authors of submitted manuscripts for their support of IPCO. March 2004 George Nemhauser Daniel Bienstock Organization IPCO X was hosted by the Computational Optimization Research Center (CORC), Columbia University.

Advances in Mathematical Modeling for Reliability

Discussion We have presented a new method for the evaluation of network reliability. ... In M. O. Ball, T. L. Magnanti, C. L. Monma, and G. L. Nemhauser, editors, Network Models, volume 7 of Handbooks in Operations Research and ...


Author: T. Bedford

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9781607503347

Category: Mathematics

Page: 248

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Advances in Mathematical Modeling for Reliability discusses fundamental issues on mathematical modeling in reliability theory and its applications. Beginning with an extensive discussion of graphical modeling and Bayesian networks, the focus shifts towards repairable systems: a discussion about how sensitive availability calculations parameter choices, and emulators provide the potential to perform such calculations on complicated systems to a fair degree of accuracy and in a computationally efficient manner. Another issue that is addressed is how competing risks arise in reliability and maintenance analysis through the ways in which data is censored. Mixture failure rate modeling is also a point of discussion, as well as the signature of systems, where the properties of the system through the signature from the probability distributions on the lifetime of the components are distinguished. The last three topics of discussion are relations among aging and stochastic dependence, theoretical advances in modeling, inference and computation, and recent advances in recurrent event modeling and inference.

Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research CNS and Neurological Disorders Volume 7

[10] suggested a deep neural network model to detect seizures in EEG signals. In that study, they employed two convolutional layers for ... (1) consists Epileptic Seizures Detection FCDR - CNS and Neurological Disorders, Vol. 7 25 EEG DATA.


Author: Zareen Amtul

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

ISBN: 9789811447501

Category: Science

Page: 166

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Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research - CNS and Neurological Disorders is a book series that brings updated reviews to readers interested in advances in the development of pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of central nervous system (CNS) and other nerve disorders. The scope of the book series covers a range of topics including the medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, molecular biology and biochemistry of contemporary molecular targets involved in neurological and CNS disorders. Reviews presented in the series are mainly focused on clinical and therapeutic aspects of novel drugs intended for these targets. Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research - CNS and Neurological Disorders is a valuable resource for pharmaceutical scientists and postgraduate students seeking updated and critical information for developing clinical trials and devising research plans in the field of neurology. The seventh volume of this series features reviews that cover the following topics related to the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, epilepsy and stroke: -Fatty Acid Amides as a New Potential Therapeutic Agent in Multiple Sclerosis -Epileptic Seizures Detection Based on Non-Linear Characteristics Coupled with Machine Learning Techniques -Hampering Essential Tremor Neurodegeneration in Essential Tremor: Present and Future Directions -The Potential Therapeutic Role of the Melatoninergic System in Treatment of Epilepsy and Comorbid Depression -Modeling Neurodegenerative Diseases Using Transgenic Model of Drosophila -Genetic Basis in Stroke Treatment: Targets of Potent Inhibitors

Mathematical Optimization Terminology

2 “Stochastic models” (1990), Vol. ... 7 “Network models” (1995), Vol. 8, “Network routing” (1995), Vol. ... Volume 7 contains 556 pages of subject index and author index to volumes 1–6 of the “Encyclopedia of Optimization”. 4.


Author: Andre A. Keller

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128052952

Category: Mathematics

Page: 338

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Mathematical Optimization Terminology: A Comprehensive Glossary of Terms is a practical book with the essential formulations, illustrative examples, real-world applications and main references on the topic. This book helps readers gain a more practical understanding of optimization, enabling them to apply it to their algorithms. This book also addresses the need for a practical publication that introduces these concepts and techniques. Discusses real-world applications of optimization and how it can be used in algorithms Explains the essential formulations of optimization in mathematics Covers a more practical approach to optimization

Experimental Business Research

“ Applications of Network Optimization . " In Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science : Volume 7 Network Models , edited by M. O. Ball et al . Amsterdam : Elsevier . Arrow , K. J. ( 1983 ) .


Author: Rami Zwick

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792374835

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 410

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Experimental Business Research includes papers that were presented at the First Asian Conference on Experimental Business Research held at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), on December 7-10, 1999. The conference was organized by the Center for Experimental Business Research (cEBR) at the HKUST. The papers presented at the conference and a few others that were solicited especially for this volume contain original research on individual and interactive decision behavior in various branches of business research including, but not limited to, economics, marketing, management, finance, and accounting. Experimental Business Research is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate level course, and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in industry.

Operations Research Proceedings 2011

... extended Steiner tree model. The maximal length from a BTP to its CO is in extreme cases almost doubled with respect to the solution networks. ... Network models, volume 7 of Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science.


Author: Diethard Klatte

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642292101

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 607

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This book contains a selection of refereed papers presented at the “International Conference on Operations Research (OR 2011)” which took place at the University of Zurich from August 30 to September 2, 2011. The conference was jointly organized by the German speaking OR societies from Austria (ÖGOR), Germany (GOR) and Switzerland (SVOR) under the patronage of SVOR. More than 840 scientists and students from over 50 countries attended OR 2011 and presented 620 papers in 16 parallel topical streams, as well as special award sessions. The conference was designed according to the understanding of Operations Research as an interdisciplinary science focusing on modeling complex socio-technical systems to gain insight into behavior under interventions by decision makers. Dealing with “organized complexity” lies in the core of OR and designing useful support systems to master the challenge of system management in complex environment is the ultimate goal of our professional societies. To this end, algorithmic techniques and system modeling are two fundamental competences which are also well-balanced in these proceedings.

Handbook of Transportation Science

Design of Survivable Networks. In Ball, M., Magnanti, T.L., Monma, C.L., and Nemhauser, G.L., editors, Network Models, volume 7 of Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science, pages 617–672. North-Holland, Amsterdam.


Author: Randolph Hall

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780306480584

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 741

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Over the past thirty-five years, a substantial amount of theoretical and empirical scholarly research has been developed across the discipline domains of Transportation. This research has been synthesized into a systematic handbook that examines the scientific concepts, methods, and principles of this growing and evolving field. The Handbook of Transportation Science outlines the field of transportation as a scientific discipline that transcends transportation technology and methods. Whether by car, truck, airplane - or by a mode of transportation that has not yet been conceived - transportation obeys fundamental properties. The science of transportation defines these properties, and demonstrates how our knowledge of one mode of transportation can be used to explain the behavior of another. Transportation scientists are motivated by the desire to explain spatial interactions that result in movement of people or objects from place to place. Its methodologies draw from physics, operations research, probability and control theory.

Routing Flow and Capacity Design in Communication and Computer Networks

Network Models, volume 7 of Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science, chapter 10: Design of Survivable Networks, pages 617–672. Elsevier, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1995. M.O. Ball, T.L. Magnanti, C.L. Monma, ...


Author: Michal Pioro

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080516431

Category: Computers

Page: 800

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In network design, the gap between theory and practice is woefully broad. This book narrows it, comprehensively and critically examining current network design models and methods. You will learn where mathematical modeling and algorithmic optimization have been under-utilized. At the opposite extreme, you will learn where they tend to fail to contribute to the twin goals of network efficiency and cost-savings. Most of all, you will learn precisely how to tailor theoretical models to make them as useful as possible in practice. Throughout, the authors focus on the traffic demands encountered in the real world of network design. Their generic approach, however, allows problem formulations and solutions to be applied across the board to virtually any type of backbone communication or computer network. For beginners, this book is an excellent introduction. For seasoned professionals, it provides immediate solutions and a strong foundation for further advances in the use of mathematical modeling for network design. Written by leading researchers with a combined 40 years of industrial and academic network design experience. Considers the development of design models for different technologies, including TCP/IP, IDN, MPLS, ATM, SONET/SDH, and WDM. Discusses recent topics such as shortest path routing and fair bandwidth assignment in IP/MPLS networks. Addresses proper multi-layer modeling across network layers using different technologies—for example, IP over ATM over SONET, IP over WDM, and IDN over SONET. Covers restoration-oriented design methods that allow recovery from failures of large-capacity transport links and transit nodes. Presents, at the end of each chapter, exercises useful to both students and practitioners.