Applications of Management Science Vol: 18

Kenneth D. Lawrence
New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

Gary Kleinman
Montclair State University, USA

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08 May 2017
Emerald Publishing Limited
204 pages - 152 x 229mm
Applications of Management Science
Applications of Management Science is a blind refereed refereed series. Each annual volume presents current studies in the application of management science to the solution of significant managerial decision-making problems. Authors investigate solutions to managerial decision-making problems using management science methodologies. In this volume, the first section is focused on multi-criteria decision applications, the second section on supply chain management and finally authors look at productivity analysis. Thus this volume will be of significant interest to those involved in the applications of these methods, in a realistic managerial problem solving environment through the use of state of the art management science modeling.
MULTI-CRITERIA OPTIMIZATION 1. Multi-Criteria Optimization for Selection of Components from End-of-Life Products - Aditi D. Joshi and Surendra M. Gupta 2. Multi-Objective Traveling Salesman and Transportation Problem with Environmental Aspects - Bartosz Sawik, Javier Faulin and Elena Pérez-Bernabea 3. Selected Multi-Criteria Green Vehicle Routing Problems - Bartosz Sawik, Javier Faulin and Elena Pérez-Bernabea APPLICATIONS OF OPTIMIZATION 4. A Meta Goal Programming Model for Selection in a Firm: A Multi-Product, Multi-Vendor, Multi-Location Situation - Kenneth D. Lawrence, Dinesh R. Pai and Sheila M. Lawrence 5. Evaluating the Health of Life and Health Insurance Companies - Rashmi Malhotra, D. K. Malhotra and Akash Dania 6. Optimal Process Parameters for Multiple Characteristics with Multiple Objectives - Amitava Mitra SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 7. An Integer Programming Solution to the Folding Carton Printing Plate Layout Problem - Robert J. Stawicki 8. A Readiness Decision Model for Cancelling Navy Ship Maintenance Availabilities - Christopher M. Williams and Patrick T. Hester 9. Coordinating Supply Chains with Fairness Concerns Using Option Contracts - Ran Pan, Qinglong Gou and Zhimin Huang
Kenneth D. Lawrence, New Jersey Institute of Technology Gary Kleinman, Montclair State University
Nine studies in this year's volume cover multi-criteria optimization, applications of optimization, and supply chain management. Among specific topics are multi-objective traveling salesman and transportation problems with environmental aspects, selecting multi-criteria green vehicle routing problems, optimal process parameters for multiple characteristics with several objectives, an integer programming solution to the folding carton printing plate layout problem, and coordinating supply chains with fairness concerns using option contracts.

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