- Guillermo Gallego, Ilkyeong Moon:
**How to avoid stockouts when producing several items on a single facility? What to do if you can't?**1-12

- James T. Fagan, James E. Falk:
**A method of euclidean centers.**13-25

- Noel Bryson:
**Group decision-making and the analytic hierarchy process: Exploring the consensus-relevant information content.**27-35

- Y. Narahari, L. M. Khan:
**Performance analysis of scheduling policies in re-entrant manufacturing systems.**37-51

- Eleftherios Iakovou, Chi M. Ip, Christos Koulamas:
**Machining economics with phase-type distributed tool lives and periodic maintenance control.**53-62

- Sohail S. Chaudhry, Linda Salchenberger, Mehdi Beheshtian:
**A small business inventory DSS: Design development, and implementation issues.**63-72

- Hsu-Shih Shih, Young-Jou Lai, E. Stanley Lee:
**Fuzzy approach for multi-level programming problems.**73-91

- Hoong Chuin Lau:
**On the complexity of manpower shift scheduling.**93-102

- Michael F. Argüello, Thomas A. Feo, Olivier Goldschmidt:
**Randomized methods for the number partitioning problem.**103-111

- Mehrdad Tamiz, Simon J. Mardle, Dylan F. Jones:
**Detecting iis in infeasible linear programmes using techniques from goal programming.**113-119

- Laura Burke:
**"Conscientious" neural nets for tour construction in the traveling salesman problem: the vigilant net.**121-129

- Susan A. Slotnick, Thomas E. Morton:
**Selecting jobs for a heavily loaded shop with lateness penalties.**131-140

- Hussein M. Saber, A. Ravindran:
**A Partitioning Gradient Based (PGB) algorithm for solving nonlinear goal programming problems.**141-152

- Houn-Gee Chen, Diptendu Sinha:
**An inventory decision support system using the object-oriented approach.**153-170

- Timothy D. Fry, Ronald D. Armstrong, Ken Darby-Dowman, Patrick R. Philipoom:
**A branch and bound procedure to minimize mean absolute lateness on a single processor.**171-182

- Kyösti Tarvainen:
**An elimination condition to check the validity of the principle of optimality.**183-192

- Fatin Sezgin:
**A random number generator for 16-bit microcomputers.**193-198

- Wlodzimierz Ogryczak:
**A note on modeling multiple choice requirements for simple mixed integer programming solvers.**199-205

- Mark A. Coffin, Bernard W. Taylor III:
**Multiple criteria R&D project selection and scheduling using fuzzy logic.**207-220

- Hiroaki Sandoh, Hiroyuki Hirakoshi, Hajime Kawai:
**An optimal time to sleep for an auto-sleep system.**221-227

- Jacques Renaud, Gilbert Laporte, Fayez F. Boctor:
**A tabu search heuristic for the multi-depot vehicle routing problem.**229-235

- Ming-Long Liu, Nikolaos V. Sahinidis:
**Long range planning in the process industries: A projection approach.**237-253

- Wlodzimierz Szwarc:
**The weighted common due date single machine scheduling problem revisited.**255-262

- Cliff T. Ragsdale, Patrick G. McKeown:
**On solving the continuous data editing problem.**263-273

- Gary M. Thompson:
**A simulated-annealing heuristic for shift scheduling using non-continuously available employees.**275-288

- Jong-Soo Kim, Kyu-Chul Shin, Hyung-Keun Yu:
**Optimal algorithm to determine the spare inventory level for a repairable-item inventory system.**289-297

- Ho Woo Lee, Seung Hyun Yoon, Soon Seok Lee:
**A continuous approximation for batch arrival queues with threshold.**299-308

- Patricio A. Rojas:
**A note about the Abou-El-Ata model.**309

- Donna L. Retzlaff-Roberts:
**Relating discriminant analysis and data envelopment analysis to one another.**311-322

- O. B. Olesen, N. C. Petersen:
**A presentation of GAMS for DEA.**323-339

- Sten Thore, Fred Phillips, T. W. Ruefli, P. Yue:
**DEA and the management of the product cycle: The U.S. computer industry.**341-356

- Russell G. Thompson, P. S. Dharmapala, Louis J. Rothenberg, Robert M. Thrall:
**DEA/AR efficiency and profitability of 14 major oil companies in U.S. exploration and production.**357-373

- H. O. Fried, C. A. K. Lovell, J. A. Turner:
**An analysis of the performance of university-affiliated credit unions.**375-384

- Debbie Nash, Alicia Sterna-Karwat:
**An application of DEA to measure branch cross selling efficiency.**385-392

- Lennart Hjalmarsson, James Odeck:
**Efficiency of trucks in road construction and maintenance: An evaluation with data envelopment analysis.**393-404

- Marvin D. Troutt, Arun Rai, Aimao Zhang:
**The potential use of DEA for credit applicant acceptance systems.**405-408

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

- Cengiz Haksever:
**Foreword.**

- Qi Hao, Zihou Yang, Dingwei Wang, Zheng Li:
**Common due-date determination and sequencing using tabu search.**409-417

- Cliff T. Ragsdale, Gerald W. Shapiro:
**Incumbent solutions in branch-and-bound algorithms: Setting the record straight.**419-424

- Stephen Engel, Clark Jeffries, Michael M. Kostreva:
**Mathematical systems for enhancing diffuse images of point sources.**425-432

- Maria Grazia Speranza:
**A heuristic algorithm for a portfolio optimization model applied to the Milan stock market.**433-441

- John K. Karlof, Wei Wang:
**Bilevel programming applied to the flow shop scheduling problem.**443-451

- Karl Nachtigall, Stefan Voget:
**A genetic algorithm approach to periodic railway synchronization.**453-463

- Richard Marett, Mike Wright:
**A comparison of neighborhood search techniques for multi-objective combinatorial problems.**465-483

- Christopher Rose, Roy D. Yates:
**Genetic algorithms and call admission to telecommunications networks.**485-499

- Michel Gendreau, Alain Hertz, Gilbert Laporte:
**The Traveling Salesman Problem with Backhauls.**501-508

- W. J. Hurley:
**When are we going to change the learning curve lecture?**509-511

- David W. Coit, Alice E. Smith:
**Solving the redundancy allocation problem using a combined neural network/genetic algorithm approach.**515-526

- David B. Fogel, Lawrence J. Fogel:
**Using evolutionary programming to schedule tasks on a suite of heterogeneous computers.**527-534

- James P. Ignizio, James R. Soltys:
**Simultaneous design and training of ontogenic neural network classifiers.**535-546

- David Levine:
**Application of a hybrid genetic algorithm to airline crew scheduling.**547-558

- Christopher L. Huntley, Donald E. Brown:
**Parallel genetic algorithms with local search.**559-571

- Edward A. Rietman, Suresh H. Patel, Earl R. Lory:
**Modeling and control of a semiconductor manufacturing process with an automata network: An example in plasma etch processing.**573-585

- Christopher R. Houck, Jeffrey A. Joines, Michael G. Kay:
**Comparison of genetic algorithms, random restart and two-opt switching for solving large location-allocation problems.**587-596

- Kate A. Smith, Marimuthu Palaniswami, M. Krishnamoorthy:
**A hybrid neural approach to combinatorial optimization.**597-610

- Douglas Wood, Bhaskar Dasgupta:
**Classifying trend movements in the MSCI U.S.A. capital market index - A comparison of regression, arima and neural network methods.**611-622

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

- James P. Ignizio, Laura I. Burke:
**Foreword.**

- Luis F. Portugal, Joaquim Júdice:
**A hybrid algorithm for the solution of a single commodity spatial equilibrium model.**623-639

- Suresh Chand, Rodney Traub, Reha Uzsoy:
**An iterative heuristic for the single machine dynamic total completion time scheduling problem.**641-651

- Yi-Chih Hsieh, Dennis L. Bricker:
**New infeasible interior-point algorithm based on monomial method.**653-666

- A. Tishler, S. Lipovetsky:
**Canonical correlation analyses for three data sets: a unified framework with application to management.**667-679

- Giovanni Cesari:
**Divide and conquer strategies for parallel TSP heuristics.**681-694

- C. E. Kim, Y. J. Ju, M. Gens:
**Multilevel fault tree analysis using fuzzy numbers.**695-703

- H. M. Soroush:
**Optimal sequences in stochastic single machine shops.**705-721

- Melissa Bowers, Charles E. Noon, Benjamin Thomas:
**A parallel implementation of the TSSP + 1 decomposition for the capacity-constrained vehicle routing problem.**723-732

- Hwa-Chun Lin, C. S. Raghavendra:
**Approximating the mean response time of parallel queues with JSQ policy.**733-740

- P. Patrick Wang:
**Markovian queueing models with periodic-review.**741-754

- Jie Sun, Jishan Zhu:
**A predictor-corrector method for extended linear-quadratic programming.**755-767

- Avital Lann, Gur Mosheiov:
**Single machine scheduling to minimize the number of early and tardy jobs.**769-781

- Evangelos Triantaphyllou, Allen L. Soyster:
**On the minimum number of logical clauses inferred from examples.**783-799

- Oya Icmeli, Walter O. Rom:
**Solving the resource constrained project scheduling problem with optimization subroutine library.**801-817

- Janis L. Miller, Lori S. Franz:
**A binary-rounding heuristic for multi-period variable-task-duration assignment problems.**819-828

- Bajis Dodin:
**Determining the optimal sequences and the distributional properties of their completion times in stochastic flow shops.**829-843

- Sally C. Brailsford, Peter M. Hubbard, Barbara M. Smith, H. Paul Williams:
**Organizing a social event - A difficult problem of combinatorial optimization.**845-856

- Jung-Ug Kim, Yeong-Dae Kim:
**Simulated annealing and genetic algorithms for scheduling products with multi-level product structure.**857-868

- Wade D. Cook, John Doyle, Rodney H. Green, Moshe Kress:
**Ranking players in multiple tournaments.**869-880

- Thomas A. Feo, Kishore Sarathy, John McGahan:
**A grasp for single machine scheduling with sequence dependent setup costs and linear delay penalties.**881-895

- Richard A. Sandbothe:
**A user interactive heuristic procedure for solving the multiple product cycling problem.**897-907

- Ali Allahverdi:
**Two-machine proportionate flowshop scheduling with breakdowns to minimize maximum lateness.**909-916

- A. Volgenant:
**Linear and semi-assignment problems: A core oriented approach.**917-932

- Louis W. Glorfeld, Bill C. Hardgrave:
**An improved method for developing neural networks: The case of evaluating commercial loan creditworthiness.**933-944

- Christos Koulamas:
**Scheduling two parallel semiautomatic machines to minimize machine interference.**945-956

- Jae Chul Choi, Dennis L. Bricker:
**Effectiveness of a geometric programming algorithm for optimization of machining economics models.**957-961

- Maurício Figueiredo, Fernando A. C. Gomide:
**Regular policies and stability of dynamic scheduling for manufacturing systems.**963-979

- P. Patrick Wang, William J. Gray, Meckinley Scott:
**Quality-related measures of unreliable machines with preventive maintenance.**981-996

- Wen-Hwa Yang, Ching-Jong Liao:
**Group scheduling on two cells with intercell movement.**997-1006

- Hani I. Mesak:
**Incorporating price, advertising and distribution in diffusion models of innovation: Some theoretical and empirical results.**1007-1023

- Kaushal Chari:
**Resource allocation and capacity assignment in distributed systems.**1025-1041

- Sam R. Thangiah, Jean-Yves Potvin, Tong Sun:
**Heuristic approaches to vehicle routing with backhauls and time windows.**1043-1057

- Jack A. A. van der Veen, Shuzhong Zhang:
**Low-complexity algorithms for sequencing jobs with a fixed number of job-classes.**1059-1067

- Selcuk Avci, M. Selim Akturk:
**Tool magazine arrangement and operations sequencing on CNC machines.**1069-1081

- Dennis F. X. Mathaisel:
**Decision support for airline system operations control and irregular operations.**1083-1098

- Antonio Frangioni:
**Solving semidefinite quadratic problems within nonsmooth optimization algorithms.**1099-1118

**Special issue of computers & operations research: Travelling salesman problem.**

- Thomas Kämpke:
**Sensitivity analysis for assessing preferentially independent order relations.**1119-1130

- Yeo Keun Kim, Chul Ju Hyun, Yeongho Kim:
**Sequencing in mixed model assembly lines: A genetic algorithm approach.**1131-1145

- Mehran Hojati:
**Optimal political districting.**1147-1161

- Kin-Nam Lau, Cheng-Hong Yang, Gerald V. Post:
**Stochastic preference modeling within a switching regression framework.**1163-1169

- Kim Allan Andersen, Kurt Jörnsten, Mikael Lind:
**On bicriterion minimal spanning trees: An approximation.**1171-1182

- Sri V. Sridharan, Zhuoqun Zhou:
**Dynamic non-preemptive single machine scheduling.**1183-1190

- Antonie Stam, Minghe Sun, Marc Haines:
**Artificial neural network representations for hierarchical preference structures.**1191-1201

- Yonah Wilamowsky, Sheldon Epstein, Bernard Dickman:
**Optimal common due-date with completion time tolerance.**1203-1210

- Moncer Hariga:
**Lot-sizing heuristics for continuous time-varying demand and shortages.**1211-1217