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operations research

mathematical or scientific analysis of a process.
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Concerns were also raised that the control of tuberculosis (TB) in the region was jeopardized because of healthcare resources and personnel being focused solely on Ebola (34) and that operational research was required to document this problem and suggest strategies for better sustaining TB care during future epidemics.
Saaty, "The analytic hierarchy process," in Proceedings of the Second International Seminar on Operational Research in the Basque Provinces, vol.
Estimating returns to scale in DEA" European Journal of Operational Research 103(1): 2837(1997).
Kondakci, "A Flexible Flow-Shop Problem with Total Flow Time Minimization", European Journal of Operational Research 132, pp 528-538, 2001.
Several appropriate approaches have arisen out of a concern for knowledge-powers issues, such as action research methodologies, critical systems heuristics, and community operational research.
Although the workshop was Europe-based, the refereeing process drew on the world-wide community of systems science, operational research and system dynamics researchers and we are grateful to them for this anonymous but nevertheless vital assistance.
1982, Economic Order Quantity models with nonlinear holding cost, European Journal of Operational Research, 9, 56-60.
European Working Group on Operational Research Applied to Health Services Conference (31st: 2005: University of Southampton)
In Varanasi, India in 2007, Regional Technical Advisory Committee (RTAC) for VL elimination together with the research teams concluded that chemical sandfly control with IRS can contribute to the regional VL elimination programme and should be continued and strengthened in India and Nepal; and operational research about performance and real life efficacy should be attached to routine control.
Ilhyung Kim and Mark Springer, professors from the decision sciences department, recognized for their paper, Measuring Endogenous Supply Chain Volatility: Beyond the Bullwhip Effect in the European Journal of Operational Research.
Kishan Shah, aged 18, a first-year student on the MORSE (mathematics, operational research and economics) degree course at Warwick University, said: "This is an event I always look forward to.
Before the equipment was installed, it was tested with computer-generated operational research models.

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