- Silvano Martello, Erwin Pesch:
**Logistics: From theory to application (ECCO XIV).**1-3

- Andreas Klose, Andreas Drexl:
**Facility location models for distribution system design.**4-29

- Samad Ahmadi, Ibrahim H. Osman:
**Greedy random adaptive memory programming search for the capacitated clustering problem.**30-44

- Jinliang Cheng, Wieslaw Kubiak:
**A half-product based approximation scheme for agreeably weighted completion time variance.**45-54

- Marie-Christine Costa, Lucas Létocart, Frédéric Roupin:
**Minimal multicut and maximal integer multiflow: A survey.**55-69

- Paolo Dell'Olmo, Monica Gentili, Andrea Scozzari:
**On finding dissimilar Pareto-optimal paths.**70-82

- Ming Dong, F. Frank Chen:
**Performance modeling and analysis of integrated logistic chains: An analytic framework.**83-98

- Johann Hurink, Sigrid Knust:
**Tabu search algorithms for job-shop problems with a single transport robot.**99-111

- Adam Janiak, Mikhail Y. Kovalyov, Marie-Claude Portmann:
**Single machine group scheduling with resource dependent setup and processing times.**112-121

- Marco E. Lübbecke:
**Dual variable based fathoming in dynamic programs for column generation.**122-125

- Gabor Nagy, Saïd Salhi:
**Heuristic algorithms for single and multiple depot vehicle routing problems with pickups and deliveries.**126-141

- Jorge Riera-Ledesma, Juan José Salazar González:
**A heuristic approach for the Travelling Purchaser Problem.**142-152

- Shaojun Wang, Bhaba R. Sarker:
**An assembly-type supply chain system controlled by kanbans under a just-in-time delivery policy.**153-172

- Ching-Fang Liaw:
**Scheduling preemptive open shops to minimize total tardiness.**173-183

- Fariborz Jolai:
**Minimizing number of tardy jobs on a batch processing machine with incompatible job families.**184-190

- Balram Avittathur, Janat Shah, Omprakash K. Gupta:
**Distribution centre location modelling for differential sales tax structure.**191-205

- Leonora Bianchi, Joshua D. Knowles, Neill Bowler:
**Local search for the probabilistic traveling salesman problem: Correction to the 2-p-opt and 1-shift algorithms.**206-219

- Jörg Homberger, Hermann Gehring:
**A two-phase hybrid metaheuristic for the vehicle routing problem with time windows.**220-238

- Susan Howick:
**Using system dynamics models with litigation audiences.**239-250

- Stef Tijs, Ana Meca, Marco A. López:
**Benefit sharing in holding situations.**251-269

- Tamás Solymosi, T. E. S. Raghavan, Stef Tijs:
**Computing the nucleolus of cyclic permutation games.**270-280

- Eric Angel, Evripidis Bampis:
**A multi-start dynasearch algorithm for the time dependent single-machine total weighted tardiness scheduling problem.**281-289

- H. Neil Geismar, Milind Dawande, Chelliah Sriskandarajah:
**Approximation algorithms for k.**291-309

- L. H. Lee, E. P. Chew, T. S. Ng:
**Production planning with approved vendor matrices for a hard-disk drive manufacturer.**310-324

- Wei-yu Kevin Chiang, George E. Monahan:
**Managing inventories in a two-echelon dual-channel supply chain.**325-341

- Maarten Krever, Sophia Wunderink, Rommert Dekker, Benno Schorr:
**Inventory control based on advanced probability theory, an application.**342-358

- Chung-Chi Hsieh, Zong-Zhe Lee:
**Joint determination of production run length and number of standbys in a deteriorating production process.**359-371

- Bibhas Chandra Giri, W. Y. Yun, Tadashi Dohi:
**Optimal design of unreliable production-inventory systems with variable production rate.**372-386

- Carmen Anido, Carlos Rivero, Teófilo Valdés:
**An algorithm based on discrete response regression models suitable to correct the bias of non-response in surveys with several capture tries.**387-402

- Pieter A. Sheth-Voss, Thomas R. Willemain, Jorge Haddock:
**Estimating the steady-state mean from short transient simulations.**403-417

- Olaf Tietje:
**Identification of a small reliable and efficient set of consistent scenarios.**418-432

- Rong Jea, Jin-Lung Lin, Chao-Ton Su:
**Correlation and the time interval in multiple regression models.**433-441

- Mats Danielson:
**Generalized evaluation in decision analysis.**442-449

- Phan Hong Giang, Prakash P. Shenoy:
**Two axiomatic approaches to decision making using possibility theory.**450-467

- Minghe Sun:
**Some issues in measuring and reporting solution quality of interactive multiple objective programming procedures.**468-483

- Ralph E. Steuer, Craig A. Piercy:
**A regression study of the number of efficient extreme points in multiple objective linear programming.**484-496

- M. E. Ballvé, P. Jiménez Guerra:
**Some geometrical aspects of the efficient line in vector optimization.**497-502

- Yuriko Isada, Ross J. W. James, Yuji Nakagawa:
**An approach for solving nonlinear multi-objective separable discrete optimization problem with one constraint.**503-513

- Yasutoshi Yajima:
**Linear programming approaches for multicategory support vector machines.**514-531

- David West, Paul Mangiameli, Rohit Rampal, Vivian West:
**Ensemble strategies for a medical diagnostic decision support system: A breast cancer diagnosis application.**532-551

- Kai-Yuan Cai, Yong-Chao Li, Wei-Yi Ning:
**Optimal software testing in the setting of controlled Markov chains.**552-579

- Adel Guitouni:
**Decision-aid to improve organisational performance.**581-583

- Patrice Perny, Olivier Spanjaard:
**A preference-based approach to spanning trees and shortest paths problems****.**584-601

- Fouad Ben Abdelaziz, Saoussen Krichen:
**An interactive method for the optimal selection problem with two decision makers.**602-609

- Belaïd Aouni, Fouad Ben Abdelaziz, Jean-Marc Martel:
**Decision-maker's preferences modeling in the stochastic goal programming.**610-618

- Fouad Ben Abdelaziz, H. Masri:
**Stochastic programming with fuzzy linear partial information on probability distribution.**619-629

- Irène Abi-Zeid, John R. Frost:
**SARPlan: A decision support system for Canadian Search and Rescue Operations.**630-653

- Alejandro Quintero, Dougoukolo Konaré, Samuel Pierre:
**Prototyping an intelligent decision support system for improving urban infrastructures management.**654-672

- Andrew Zacharakis, Dean A. Shepherd:
**A non-additive decision-aid for venture capitalists' investment decisions.**673-689

- Salem Y. Lakhal, Souad H'Mida, Uday Venkatadri:
**A market-driven transfer price for distributed products using mathematical programming.**690-699

- Éric Duchenne, Gilbert Laporte, Frédéric Semet:
**Branch-and-cut algorithms for the undirected m.**700-712

- Wolfgang Domschke, Bernd Wagner:
**Models and methods for standardization problems.**713-726

- Xiuli Wang, T. C. Edwin Cheng:
**Single machine scheduling with resource dependent release times and processing times.**727-739

- Dirk Biskup, Martin Feldmann:
**On scheduling around large restrictive common due windows.**740-761

- Richard K. Cho, Yigal Gerchak:
**Supply chain coordination with downstream operating costs: Coordination and investment to improve downstream operating efficiency.**762-772

- Ilkyeong Moon, Bibhas Chandra Giri, Byungsung Ko:
**Economic order quantity models for ameliorating/deteriorating items under inflation and time discounting.**773-785

- D. K. Bhattacharya:
**On multi-item inventory.**786-791

- Timothy L. Urban:
**Inventory models with inventory-level-dependent demand: A comprehensive review and unifying theory.**792-804

- Leo W. G. Strijbosch, J. J. A. Moors:
**The impact of unknown demand parameters on (R.**805-815

- Ramachandran Natarajan, Kannan Sethuraman, Krishnamurthy Surysekar:
**Reducing incremental costs associated with the delegation of incentive contracting decisions: An analysis of planning and control decisions in a manufacturing setting in the presence of moral hazard.**816-838

- Bernhard Baumgartner, Harald Hruschka:
**Allocation of catalogs to collective customers based on semiparametric response models.**839-849

- Maria Conceição A. Silva Portela, Emmanuel Thanassoulis:
**Profitability of a sample of Portuguese bank branches and its decomposition into technical and allocative components.**850-866