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November 1986, Volume 33, Issue 4
- 559-567 A branch and bound algorithm for solving a class of nonlinear integer programming problems
by A. Victor Cabot & S. Selcuk Erenguc - 569-587 Quality control and the sales process
by Hau L. Lee & Charles S. Tapiero - 589-602 An interactive approach to multiple criteria optimization with multiple decision‐makers
by Pekka Korhonen & Herbert Moskowitz & Jyrki Wallenius & Stanley Zionts - 603-612 The matrix game derived from the many‐against‐many battle
by Kensaku Kikuta - 613-620 The procurement problem: An integer programming problem well suited to a solution using duality
by Eldon A. Gunn & Andrew Kusiak - 621-634 Survival and effectiveness of a weapon system against a superior force (guerrilla warfare)
by N. Bache - 635-655 An analysis of degeneracy
by Harvey J. Greenberg - 657-671 Warranty design under buyer and seller risk aversion
by Peter H. Ritchken & Charles S. Tapiero - 673-684 An efficient algorithm for the transshipment along a single road problem
by Agha Iqbal Ali - 685-701 A heuristic for capacity expansion planning with multiple facility types
by Hanan Luss - 703-715 Modified discrete preventive maintenance policies
by Toshio Nakagawa - 717-724 Rescheduling to minimize makespan on a changing number of identical processors
by Craig A. Tovey - 725-739 Algorithms for the minimax transportation problem
by R. K. Ahuja - 741-746 Nature of renyi's entropy and associated divergence function
by C. R. Bector & B. L. Bhatia - 747-757 Optimal replacement for fault‐tolerant systems
by Howard M. Taylor & Beatriz E. Rodriguez - 759-762 Optimal refueling sequence for a mixed fleet with limited refuelings
by Avraham A. Melkman & Helman I. Stern & Avraham Mehrez - 763-774 Stochastic leadtimes in continuous‐time inventory models
by Paul Zipkin - 775-787 Bounding methods for facilities location algorithms
by Paul D. Dowling & Robert F. Love - 789-793 Estimating the accuracy of the coverages of outer β‐content tolerance intervals, which control both tails of the normal distribution
by Youn‐Min Chou & D. B. Owen
August 1986, Volume 33, Issue 3
- 361-372 Warranty analysis and renewal function estimation
by Edward W. Frees - 373-383 End effects in capacity expansion models with finite horizons
by F. H. Murphy & A. L. Soyster - 385-390 The asymptotic joint distribution of the state occupancy times in an alternating renewal process
by J. E. Angus - 391-397 A single‐machine scheduling problem with random processing times
by S. Chakravarthy - 399-412 Computational aspects in multistage bayesian acceptance sampling
by K.‐H. Waldmann - 413-421 Test for the extreme value and weibull distributions based on normalized spacings
by R. A. Lockhart & F. O'Reilly & M. A. Stephens - 423-429 A note on circular error probabilities
by Z. Govindarajulu - 431-443 A stochastic network formulation for complex sequential processes
by Austin J. Lemoine - 445-467 A forward network simplex algorithm for solving multiperiod network flow problems
by Jay E. Aronson & B. David Chen - 469-477 Optimal maintenance policy for stochastically failing equipment: A diffusion approximation
by Dror Zuckerman - 479-487 A method for quadratic programming
by Shang‐Wang Chang - 489-499 Continuous quality production and machine maintenance
by Charles S. Tapiero - 501-512 Geometric programming with multiplicative slack variables
by John R. McNamara - 513-522 One‐ and two‐sided sampling plans based on the exponential distribution
by S. Kocherlakota & N. Balakrishnan - 523-529 Location of regional facilities
by Zvi Drezner - 531-543 On estimating population characteristics from record‐breaking observations. i. parametric results
by Francisco J. Samaniego & Lyn R. Whitaker - 545-550 On a large sample test for the traffic intensity in GI|G|s queue
by S. Subba Rao & K. Harishchandra - 551-557 A note on the single‐machine scheduling problem with minimum weighted completion time and maximum allowable tardiness
by Suresh Chand & Hans Schneeberger
May 1986, Volume 33, Issue 2
- 157-177 The interactive fixed charge linear programming problem
by S. Selcuk Erenguc & Harold P. Benson - 179-189 Decentralized stockage policies in a multiechelon environment
by Sally Frazza & Alan J. Kaplan - 191-217 Heterogeneous discrete expenditure for diminishing returns
by Henry Hamburger & James R. Slagle - 219-225 Use of discounted force arrivals in static force comparisons
by Ralph Lorentzen - 227-240 Minimizing mean absolute deviation of completion times about a common due date
by Uttarayan Bagchi & Robert S. Sullivan & Y. L. Chang - 241-249 Hybrid heuristics for minimum cardinality set covering problems
by Francis J. Vasko & George R. Wilson - 251-260 An entropy model for marketing structure analysis and price decision of new brand
by Ikuo Arizono & Hiroshi Ohta - 261-279 Using simulated annealing to solve routing and location problems
by Bruce L. Golden & Christopher C. Skiscim - 281-292 The analysis of some algorithms for generating random variates with a given hazard rate
by Luc Devroye - 293-307 Optimal selection with alternative information
by George E. Monahan - 309-323 Comparative evaluation of prior versus progressive articulation of preference in bicriterion optimization
by Gary Klein & H. Moskowitz & A. Ravindran - 325-358 Successive approximation in separable programming: An improved procedure for convex separable programs
by Lakshman S. Thakur
February 1986, Volume 33, Issue 1
- 1-15 The performance of cannibalization policies in a maintenance system with spares, repair, and resource constraints
by Warren W. Fisher & J. J. Brennan - 17-38 Optimal stocking policies for low usage items in multi‐echelon inventory systems
by Morris A. Cohen & Paul R. Kleindorfer & Hau Leung Lee - 39-48 Investing in new parameter values in the discounted EOQ model
by Evan L. Porteus - 49-54 Single‐ and multiple‐processor models for minimizing completion time variance
by Nicholas G. Hall - 55-76 A lagrangean relaxation algorithm for the constrained matrix problem
by Richard W. Cottle & Steven G. Duvall & Karel Zikan - 77-90 An application of empirical bayes techniques to the simultaneous estimation of many probabilities
by S. S. Brier & S. Zacks & W. H. Marlow - 91-99 Estimating normal tail probabilities
by Andrew L. Rukhin - 101-110 A Lanchester‐type model of combat with stochastic rates
by Karmeshu & N. K. Jaiswal - 111-122 Minimal forecast horizon procedures for dynamic lot size models
by Suresh Chand & Thomas E. Morton - 123-128 Scheduling n nonoverlapping jobs and two stochastic jobs in a flow shop
by R. D. Foley & S. Suresh - 129-143 Approximation for the departure process of a queue in a network
by Susan L. Albin & Sheng‐Roan Kai - 145-153 Tabular aids for fitting weibull moment estimates
by W. R. Blischke & E. M. Scheuer
November 1985, Volume 32, Issue 4
- 537-550 Single‐period inventory models with demand uncertainty and quantity discounts: Behavioral implications and a new solution procedure
by James V. Jucker & Meir J. Rosenblatt - 551-566 An optimum multiechelon repair policy and stockage model
by A. Kaplan & D. Orr - 567-588 Weapon acquisition with target uncertainty
by Ronald H. Nickel & Marc Mangel - 589-593 Asymptotic distribution of some multivariate “success run” renewal processes, applied to a 2‐i.i.d. unit repairable system
by Doug Wiens - 595-603 An M/M/1 queue with a general bulk service rule
by Guy L. Curry & Richard M. Feldman - 605-611 A (Q,R) inventory model with lost sales and erlang‐distributed lead times
by David J. Buchanan & Robert F. Love - 613-623 A heuristic with tie breaking for certain 0–1 integer programming models
by G. Edward Fox & Gary D. Scudder - 625-630 Production‐location problems with demand considerations
by Enrique R. Venta & Arthur P. Hurter - 631-646 Economic design of X¯ control charts for two manufacturing process models
by Margaret R. Panagos & Russell G. Heikes & Douglas C. Montgomery - 647-651 Causative matrix technique for deriving interim period transition probabilities in nonstationary markov process
by Soung H. Kim - 653-663 Aggregating assignment constraints
by Peter C. Fishburn & Gary A. Kochenberger - 665-674 An optimal sequential procedure for selecting the best bernoulli process—a review
by Robert E. Bechhofer - 675-688 New algorithms for (Q,r) systems with complete backordering using a fill‐rate criterion
by Candace Arai Yano - 689-692 On the use of a structural equation for determining inventory order quantities
by Chandrasekhar Das - 693-693 Recurrence relations between moments of order statistics
by A. H. Khan & Mohd. Yaqub & Saud Parvez
August 1985, Volume 32, Issue 3
- 363-372 Transshipment along a single road
by Marc E. Posner & Wlodzimierz Szwarc - 373-389 Acceleration of the HAP approach for the multifacility location problem
by Christakis Charalambous - 391-405 One‐facility location with rectilinear tour distances
by Z. Drezner & G. Steiner & G. O. Wesolowsky - 407-415 Penalty calculations and branching rules in a LAV best subset procedure
by Ronald D. Armstrong & P. O. Beck - 417-431 A finite descent theory for linear programming, piecewise linear convex minimization, and the linear complementarity problem
by Daniel Solow & Partha Sengupta - 433-441 A time dependent continuous review inventory model with compound poisson demand
by P. Banerjee & A. Hamidi‐Noori & W. Knight - 443-455 On finding spanning eulerian subgraphs
by M. B. Richey & R. Gary Parker & R. L. Rardin - 457-465 On the bivariate negative binomial distribution of mitchell and paulson
by S. H. Ong & P. A. Lee - 467-490 Statistical analysis of very high‐dimensional data sets of hierarchically structured binary variables with missing data: An application to marine corps readiness evaluations
by S. Zacks & W. H. Marlow & S. S. Brier - 491-496 State information lag markov decision process with control limit rule
by Soung H. Kim - 497-508 On failure modeling
by Austin J. Lemoine & Michael L. Wenocur - 509-535 A reliability model with states of partial operation
by A. Bendell & S. Humble
May 1985, Volume 32, Issue 2
- 193-207 Attack and defense of ICBMs deceptively based in a number of identical areas
by Jerome Bracken & Peter S. Brooks - 209-224 Sensitivity analysis of the optimal location of a facility
by Zvi Drezner - 225-237 The theory of combined‐arms lanchester‐type models of warfare
by John S. Maybee - 239-247 Study of two‐component system with failure interaction
by D. N. P. Murthy & D. G. Nguyen - 249-261 Estimating critical path and arc probabilities in stochastic activity networks
by George S. Fishman - 263-274 Optimizing search with positive information feedback
by Theodor J. Stewart - 275-286 Control of entry to a nonstationary queuing system
by Ardavan Nozari - 287-299 Customer delays in M/M/c repair systems with spares
by M. Berg & M. J. M. Posner - 301-313 On the solution of some approximate continuous review inventory models
by Chandrasekhar Das - 315-328 Optimal refueling strategies for a mixed‐vehicle fleet
by Abraham Mehrez & Helman I. Stern - 329-335 Probability bounds on downtimes
by Patrick L. Brockett & Melvin Hinich - 337-346 Tests of independence of continuous random variables which guard against special alternatives
by Lionel Weiss - 347-359 Easily computed approximations for (s,S) inventory system operating characteristics
by Richard Ehrhardt - 361-362 Recent articles on partial backorders: Comment
by T. M. Whitin
February 1985, Volume 32, Issue 1
- 1-4 New developments and practice for sampling inspection: Introductory remarks
by Gary C. McDonald & Edward J. Wegman - 5-9 New ANSI versions of MIL‐STD‐414 and MIL‐STD‐105D
by E. G. Schilling - 11-16 Some experiences using MIL‐STD‐105 in the united states air force
by O. A. Cocca - 17-19 Some pros and cons of MIL‐STD‐414
by Darrell D. Perry - 21-26 Present practices and future plans for MIL‐STD‐781
by W. E. Wallace - 27-33 The effect of nonnormality on variables sampling plans
by Douglas C. Montgomery - 35-43 Some distributions arising as a consequence of errors in inspection
by Norman L. Johnson & Samuel Kotz - 45-51 Application of renewal theory to continuous sampling plans
by Grace L. Yang - 53-56 Toward a determination of optimal multilevel sampling plans
by Harold Sackrowitz - 57-69 Minimum cost sampling plans using bayesian methods
by Thomas J. Lorenzen - 71-79 Some recent findings in bayesian attribute single and double sampling
by Kenneth E. Case & Shao‐Shing Chen - 81-94 Risk preference, multiple attributes, and multiple criteria in bayesian acceptance sampling plans
by Herbert Moskowitz - 95-111 Qmp/USP: A modern alternative to MIL‐STD‐105D
by George Buswell & Bruce Hoadley - 113-117 Highlights and review quality control workshop: New developments and practice for sampling inspection, march 7–8, 1983
by Gerald J. Lieberman - 119-136 Bilateral phase‐type distributions
by J. G. Shanthikumar - 137-154 A minmax search for the critical level of a system: The asymmetric case
by Noomi Abigadol & Aharon Ben‐Tal - 155-164 Heuristic modeling of supply availabilities in large networks
by W. M. Patterson & A. E. Olson & C. R. Mitchell - 165-177 A finite algorithm for concave minimization over a polyhedron
by Harold P. Benson - 179-183 Three‐machine flowshop stochastic scheduling to minimize distribution of schedule length
by E. Frostig & I. Adiri - 185-189 Closure properties of the relevation transform
by J. G. Shanthikumar & Laurence A. Baxter
December 1984, Volume 31, Issue 4
- 499-521 Approximations for departure processes and queues in series
by Ward Whitt - 525-541 Cost analysis of warranty policies
by D. G. Nguyen & D. N. P. Murthy - 543-550 Optimal policy of continuous and discrete replacement with minimal repair at failure
by Toshio Nakagawa - 551-557 Stochastically minimizing the makespan in flow shops
by R. D. Foley & S. Suresh - 559-570 Estimation for a weibull accelerated life testing model
by Ronald E. Glaser - 571-588 Finite Markov chain models skip‐free in one direction
by G. Latouche & P. A. Jacobs & D. P. Gaver - 589-600 Application of disjunctive programming to the linear complementarity problem
by B. Ramarao & C. M. Shetty - 601-607 Sample sizes for β‐expectation tolerance limits which control both tails of the normal distribution
by Youn‐Min Chou - 609-616 An inventory model with finite‐range stochastic lead times
by Georghios P. Sphicas & Farrokh Nasri - 617-630 Testing goodness of fit to the increasing failure rate family
by Robert Tenga & Thomas J. Santner - 631-646 Testing goodness of fit to the increasing failure rate family with censored data
by Thomas Santner & Robert Tenga - 647-651 Inequalities involving the lifetime of series and parallel systems
by William E. Stein & Ronald Dattero & Roger C. Pfaffenberger - 653-670 Layered defense of deceptively based ICBMs
by Jerome Bracken - 671-680 Multistate reliability models
by Nader Ebrahimi
September 1984, Volume 31, Issue 3
- 347-361 Multiechelon repairable‐item provisioning in a time‐varying environment using the randomization technique
by Donald Gross & Douglas R. Miller - 363-371 The stochastic duel with time‐dependent hit probabilities
by C. J. Ancker - 373-385 Distribution of number of point targets killed and higher moments of coverage of area targets
by Gerhard Schroeter - 387-398 Evaluation of costs of ordering policies in large machine repair problems
by S. Christian Albright & A. Soni - 399-407 Optimal arrangement of systems
by Philip J. Boland & Frank Proschan - 409-411 Hu's precedence tree scheduling algorithm: A simple proof
by James A. M. McHugh - 413-429 A simple Markov model for the analysis of multiple air combat
by P. D. Feigin & O. Pinkas & J. Shinar - 431-446 Scheduling spares with exponential lifetimes in a two‐component parallel system
by Gideon Weiss - 447-461 Quadratic forms in spherical random variables: Generalized noncentral x2 distribution
by T. Cacoullos & M. Koutras - 463-474 An efficient heuristic for the multi‐item newsboy problem with a single constraint
by Steven Nahmias & Charles P. Schmidt - 475-482 Estimating the common location parameter of exponential distributions with censored samples
by Wen‐Jau Chiou & Arthur Cohen - 483-492 An acceptance life test for high‐reliability products
by John E. Angus & Ray E. Schafer & Herbert C. Rutemiller - 493-498 A method for estimating the parameters of reliability models
by D. N. Naik
June 1984, Volume 31, Issue 2
- 173-181 On the optimal policies of an exponential machine repair problem
by Tapani Lehtonen - 183-198 A generalization of the entropy model for brand purchase behavior
by J. N. Kapur & C. R. Bector & Uma Kumar - 199-212 The capital supply curve in capacity expansion models: Some economic and algorithmic aspects
by S. Sen & S. K. Saraf & A. L. Soyster & F. H. Murphy - 213-228 Disaggregation in economic models
by Charles Tiplitz - 229-249 A family of games on 1,∞)2 with payoff a function of y/x
by G. A. Heuer - 251-264 Scheduling stochastic jobs on a single machine subject to breakdowns
by K. D. Glazebrook - 265-274 Continuous‐time markov decision processes with nonzero terminal reward
by Kyung Y. Jo - 275-281 Limit laws in the best of 2n ‐ 1 bernoulli trials
by Richard A. Groeneveld & Barry C. Arnold - 283-296 An analysis of constrained robust regression estimators
by Ronald G. Askin & Douglas C. Montgomery - 297-300 A model in which component failure rates depend on the working set
by Sheldon M. Ross - 301-308 Reliability interpretations of some concepts from economics
by Bengt Klefsjö - 309-324 The two‐on‐one stochastic duel
by A. V. Gafarian & C. J. Ancker - 325-333 Minimizing the sum of absolute lateness in single‐machine and multimachine scheduling
by P. S. Sundararaghavan & Mesbah U. Ahmed - 335-344 A note on a model for evasive vehicle movement along a fixed path
by Danny W. Turner & Paul T. Holmes
March 1984, Volume 31, Issue 1
- 1-8 Mean hazard rate and its application to the normal approximation of the weibull distribution
by Toji Makino - 9-11 On a rational stopping rule for facilities location algorithms
by Henrik Juel - 13-26 Optimality conditions for the bilevel programming problem
by Jonathan F. Bard - 27-31 Product moments of order statistics from the doubly truncated exponential distribution
by N. Balakrishnan & P. C. Joshi - 33-40 Periodic inspection policy with preventive maintenance
by Toshio Nakagawa - 41-61 A primal simplex variant for the maximum‐flow problem
by Fred Glover & Darwin Klingman & John Mote & David Whitman - 63-65 A note on specialized versus unspecialized methods for maximum‐flow problems
by Fred Glover & Darwin Klingman & Melissa Mead & John Mote - 67-85 Learning and costs in airframe production: A multiple‐output production function approach
by Thomas R. Gulledge & Norman K. Worner & James R. Dorroh - 87-89 A note on the constrained shortest‐path problem
by Arun K. Pujari & Suneeta Agarwal & V. P. Gulati - 91-96 Inference on a future reliability parameter with the weibull process model
by Grady Miller - 97-129 Allocation policies and cost approximations for multilocation inventory systems
by Awi Federgruen & Paul Zipkin - 131-136 Coordinating order cycles under joint replenishments of multi‐item inventories
by Vijay Aggarwal - 137-144 A load‐sharing model: The linear breakdown rule
by Zvi Schechner - 145-154 Some branch‐and‐bound procedures for fixed‐cost transportation problems
by A. Victor Cabot & S. Selcuk Erenguc - 155-158 A characterization of the wald distribution
by M. Ahsanullah & S. N. U. A. Kirmani - 159-162 On efficient salvo policies
by Jerren Gould - 163-171 An efficient heuristic for large set covering problems
by Francis J. Vasko
December 1983, Volume 30, Issue 4
- 553-572 The proper balancing of repair and preventive maintenance activities in the determination of coordinated shipboard allowance lists
by Zachary F. Landsdowne & Richard C. Morey - 573-581 A transportation problem with competition
by Ezio Marchi & Pablo Tarazaga - 583-599 Optimal replacement policies with two or more loaded sliding standbys
by Claude Henin & Stylianos Perrakis - 601-607 On estimating the scale parameter of the exponential distribution with a known linear relation between the location and the scale parameter
by Suneeta Joshi & Y. S. Sathe - 609-625 Optimal advertising and inventory control of perishable goods
by Yves Balcer - 627-630 IFR results for repairable systems
by Narasinga R. Chaganty - 631-639 TTT transforms and age replacements with discounted costs
by Bo Bergman & Bengt Klefsjö - 641-658 A new approach for dealing with the startup problem in discrete event simulation
by W. David Kelton & Averill M. Law - 659-663 A note on a difficulty inherent in estimating reliability from stress–strength relationships
by Bernard Harris & Andrew P. Soms - 665-666 Minimax trees, paths, and cut sets
by H. W. Corley & H. Golnabi - 667-674 An optimum group maintenance policy
by K. Okumoto & E. A. Elsayed - 675-696 One‐ and two‐stage scheduling of two products with distributed inserted idle time: The benefits of a controllable production rate
by J. A. Buzacott & I. A. Ozkarahan - 697-719 Armed services recruiting research: Issues, findings, and needs
by Richard C. Morey & John M. McCann
September 1983, Volume 30, Issue 3
- 377-386 Optimal replacement under additive damage in randomly varying environments
by K.‐H. Waldmann - 387-396 Decomposition algorithms for finding the shortest path between a source node and a sink node of a network
by Suleyman Tufekci - 397-400 Another inventory model with a mixture of backorders and lost sales
by Kyung S. Park - 401-414 Finite‐production‐rate inventory models with first‐and second‐shift setups
by Suresh Chand & Suresh Sethi - 415-418 An optimality condition for a nondifferentiable convex program
by Henry Wolkowicz - 419-441 Recurrence relations between moments of order statistics
by A. H. Khan & Mohd Yaqub & Saud Parvez