- Gerald L. Thompson, Awanti P. Sethi:
**Solution of constrained generalized transportation problems using the pivot and probe algorithm.**1-9

- Vijay Aggarwal, V. G. Tikekar, Lie-Fern Hsu:
**Bottleneck assignment problems under categorization.**11-26

- Vahid Lotfi, Sanjiv Sarin:
**A graph coloring algorithm for large scale scheduling problems.**27-32

- Moshe Dror, Larry Levy:
**A vehicle routing improvement algorithm comparison of a "greedy" and a matching implementation for inventory routing.**33-45

- Lambert Schoonbeek:
**On the robustness of the dominant eigenvalue of dynamic linear econometric models.**47-52

- Osman Balci:
**Requirements for model development environments.**53-67

- C. Patrick Koelling, Rasaratnam Logendran:
**Waste-water treatment: Design and optimization using nonlinear search techniques.**69-84

- Michael N. Katehakis, Alan Levine:
**Allocation of distinguishable servers.**85-93

- Milan Zeleny:
**An external reconstruction approach (ERA) to linear programming.**95-100

- Samuel J. Raff:
**Preface.**105-

- Bruce L. Golden, Arjang A. Assad, Edward A. Wasil:
**Introduction.**107-108

- Ivan T. Frisch:
**The microcomputer revolution in operations research.**109-129

- Ramesh Sharda, C. Somarajan:
**Comparative performance of advanced microcomputer LP systems.**131-147

- Bruce L. Golden, Edward A. Wasil:
**Nonlinear programming on a microcomputer.**149-166

- Jeffrey L. Arthur, James O. Frendewey, Parviz Ghandforoush, Loren Paul Rees:
**Microcomputer simulation systems.**167-183

- John Carpenter, David Morganstein:
**Comparing statistical software for microcomputers.**185-196

- Ramesh Sharda, Joseph F. Rock:
**Forecasting software for microcomputers.**197-209

- Arjang A. Assad, Edward A. Wasil:
**Microcomputers and the teaching of operations research.**211-229

- Arjang A. Assad, Edward A. Wasil:
**Project management using a microcomputer.**231-260

- Matthew J. Liberatore, George J. Titus, Lance J. Naber:
**Microcomputer systems for manufacturing planning and control.**261-275

- Bruce L. Golden, Lawrence Bodin, Terry Goodwin:
**Microcomputer-based vehicle routing and scheduling software.**277-285

- Bruce L. Golden, Alan R. Hevner, Daniel J. Power:
**Decision insight systems for microcomputers: A critical evaluation.**287-300

- Arjang A. Assad, Bruce L. Golden:
**Expert systems, microcomputers, and operations research.**301-321

- Jeffrey Perrone:
**Down from the clouds: Notes on "expert systems, microcomputers, and operations research".**323-324

- E. Eugene Carter:
**Creating a shell-based expert system.**325-327

- James A. Reggia, Sanjeev B. Ahuja:
**Selecting an approach to knowledge processing.**329-331

- Richard T. Wong:
**Comment on "expert systems, microcomputers, and operations research".**333-334

- Will Fastie:
**Desktop computing in science and engineering: The next five years.**335-345

- Judith Liebman:
**Implementation issues for operations research software.**347-358

- Paul A. Jensen:
**Modeling with microcomputers for operations research.**359-366

- Ue-Pyng Wen, Wayne F. Bialas:
**The hybrid algorithm for solving the three-level linear programming problem.**367-377

- Jeffrey L. Ringuest:
**A chi-square statistic for validating simulation-generated responses.**379-385

- Gilbert Laporte, Sylvain Desroches:
**The problem of assigning students to course sections in a large engineering school.**387-394

- Larry M. Austin, Bharat C. Ruparel:
**The mixed cutting plane algorithm for all-integer programming.**395-401

- Robert T. Sumichrast:
**A new cutting-stock heuristic for scheduling production.**403-410

- R. Hartley, A. C. Lavercombe, L. C. Thomas:
**Computational comparison of policy iteration algorithms for discounted markov decision processes.**411-420

- Aliakbar Montazer-Haghighi, J. Medhi, Sri Gopal Mohanty:
**On a multiserver markovian queueing system with balking and reneging.**421-425

- Cheng Hsu:
**A decision support system for database evolution using data model independent architecture.**427-436

- David F. Dianich, Jatinder N. D. Gupta:
**Polynomial approximation technique for dynamic optimization problems.**437-442

- Mordechai I. Henig:
**Extensions of the dynamic programming method in the deterministic and stochastic assembly-line balancing problems.**443-449

- Stephen P. Shao Jr.:
**On solution of multicoupled models.**451-464

- Hanif D. Sherali, S. Elizabeth Dickey:
**An extreme-point-ranking algorithm for the extreme-point mathematical programming problem.**465-475

- T. C. Edwin Cheng:
**EOQ with limited backorder delays.**477-480

- Herwig Bruneel:
**On statistical multiplexers with randomly changing input characteristics.**481-487

- Haim Mendelson, Uri Yechiali:
**Physical design for a random-access file with random insertions and deletions.**489-505

- Sehun Kim:
**Computation of a large-scale competitive equilibrium through optimization.**507-515

- J. S. H. Kornbluth:
**Multiple objective dynamic programming with forward filtering.**517-524

- J. B. M. Van Doremalen:
**A note on "analysis of a finite capacity nonpreemptive priority queue" by Kapadia, Kazmi and Mitchell.**525-526

- Samuel J. Raff:
**Editor's note.**527-

- Jeffrey L. Arthur, A. Ravindran:
**Comments on the special issue on generalized goal programming.**527-528

- James P. Ignizio:
**A reply to: "Comments on the special issue on generalized goal programming".**528-529

- Fred Glover:
**Future paths for integer programming and links to artificial intelligence.**533-549

- Parviz Ghandforoush, Brian J. Greber:
**Solving allocation and scheduling problems inherent in forest resource management using mixed-integer programming.**551-562

- Fred Glover, Claude McMillan:
**The general employee scheduling problem. An integration of MS and AI.**563-573

- Gary D. Eppen, R. Kipp Martin, Linus Schrage:
**A mixed-integer programming model for evaluating distribution configurations in the steel industry.**575-586

- Hanif D. Sherali, P. Rajgopal:
**A flexible, polynomial-time, construction and improvement heuristic for the quadratic assignment problem.**587-600

- James E. Hodder, M. Cemal Dincer:
**A multifactor model for international plant location and financing under uncertainty.**601-609

- A. Ravindran, Wan Seon Shin, Jeffrey L. Arthur, Herbert Moskowitz:
**Nonlinear integer goal programming models for acceptance sampling.**611-622

- Joseph B. Mazzola, Alan W. Neebe:
**Real-time task reallocation in fault-tolerant distributed computer systems.**623-631

- Charles E. Blair, Robert G. Jeroslow, James K. Lowe:
**Some results and experiments in programming techniques for propositional logic.**633-645

- Samuel J. Raff:
**Preface.**

- Parviz Ghandforoushf:
**Foreword.**

- Linda Weiser Friedman:
**The analysis of multiple response simulation output data: Experiments of comparison.**647-652

- Samuel S. Chiu:
**Optimal**653-669*M*/*G*/1 server location on a tree network with continuous link demands.

- John Darzentas, P. Bairaktaris:
**On the set partitioning type formulation for the discrete location problem.**671-679

- B. M. Rao, Morton J. M. Posner:
**Parallel exponential queues with dependent service rates.**681-692

- Catherine M. Murphy, Ming Shing Hung:
**Network generation using the prufer code.**693-705

- G. Edward Fox, Gary D. Scudder:
**A simple strategy for solving a class of 0-1 integer programming models.**707-712

- Gary M. Roodman:
**Near-optimal solutions to one-dimensional cutting stock problems.**713-719

- Venkat Srinivasan, Yong H. Kim, A. Frank Thompson:
**Abandonment value in capital budgeting: A mathematical programming approach.**721-733

- Marcel F. Neuts:
**Letter to the editor.**735-736