Volume 13, Number 1, 1986
, Larry Levy
: A vehicle routing improvement algorithm comparison of a "greedy" and a matching implementation for inventory routing.
: On the robustness of the dominant eigenvalue of dynamic linear econometric models.
: Requirements for model development environments.
: An external reconstruction approach (ERA) to linear programming.
Volume 13, Numbers 2-3, 1986
Ivan T. Frisch
: The microcomputer revolution in operations research.
: Down from the clouds: Notes on "expert systems, microcomputers, and operations research".
Richard T. Wong
: Comment on "expert systems, microcomputers, and operations research".
: Desktop computing in science and engineering: The next five years.
: Implementation issues for operations research software.
Paul A. Jensen
: Modeling with microcomputers for operations research.
Volume 13, Number 4, 1986
Jeffrey L. Ringuest
: A chi-square statistic for validating simulation-generated responses.
: A decision support system for database evolution using data model independent architecture.
Mordechai I. Henig
: Extensions of the dynamic programming method in the deterministic and stochastic assembly-line balancing problems.
: On statistical multiplexers with randomly changing input characteristics.
: Computation of a large-scale competitive equilibrium through optimization.
J. S. H. Kornbluth
: Multiple objective dynamic programming with forward filtering.
J. B. M. Van Doremalen
: A note on "analysis of a finite capacity nonpreemptive priority queue" by Kapadia, Kazmi and Mitchell.
James P. Ignizio
: A reply to: "Comments on the special issue on generalized goal programming".
Volume 13, Number 5, 1986
: Future paths for integer programming and links to artificial intelligence.
Hanif D. Sherali
, P. Rajgopal
: A flexible, polynomial-time, construction and improvement heuristic for the quadratic assignment problem.
Volume 13, Number 6, 1986
Linda Weiser Friedman
: The analysis of multiple response simulation output data: Experiments of comparison.
Samuel S. Chiu
: Optimal M/G/1 server location on a tree network with continuous link demands.
Gary M. Roodman
: Near-optimal solutions to one-dimensional cutting stock problems.