- Sibel Alumur, Bahar Yetis Kara:
**Network hub location problems: The state of the art.**1-21

- Shangyao Yan, Ching-Hui Tang, Tseng-Chih Fu:
**An airline scheduling model and solution algorithms under stochastic demands.**22-39

- Joseph Y.-T. Leung, Chung-Yee Lee, Chung W. Ng, Gilbert H. Young:
**Preemptive multiprocessor order scheduling to minimize total weighted flowtime.**40-51

- Stefan Irnich:
**Solution of real-world postman problems.**52-67

- Alysson M. Costa, Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte:
**Fast heuristics for the Steiner tree problem with revenues, budget and hop constraints.**68-78

- M. Zaferanieh, H. Taghizadeh Kakhki, Jack Brimberg, George O. Wesolowsky:
**A BSSS algorithm for the single facility location problem in two regions with different norms.**79-89

- Jen-Shiang Chen:
**Scheduling of nonresumable jobs and flexible maintenance activities on a single machine to minimize makespan.**90-102

- Xianyi Wu, Xian Zhou:
**Stochastic scheduling to minimize expected maximum lateness.**103-115

- Che-Fu Hsueh, Mei-Shiang Chang:
**Equilibrium analysis and corporate social responsibility for supply chain integration.**116-129

- Chandra K. Jaggi, S. K. Goyal, S. K. Goel:
**Retailer's optimal replenishment decisions with credit-linked demand under permissible delay in payments.**130-135

- George Liberopoulos:
**On the tradeoff between optimal order-base-stock levels and demand lead-times.**136-155

- Ruud H. Teunter, Willem K. Klein Haneveld:
**Dynamic inventory rationing strategies for inventory systems with two demand classes, Poisson demand and backordering.**156-178

- Mustafa Karakul, Lap Mui Ann Chan:
**Analytical and managerial implications of integrating product substitutability in the joint pricing and procurement problem.**179-204

- Y. C. Chang, Chien-Wei Wu:
**Assessing process capability based on the lower confidence bound of C**205-227_{pk}for asymmetric tolerances.

- Tao Yuan, Way Kuo:
**Spatial defect pattern recognition on semiconductor wafers using model-based clustering and Bayesian inference.**228-240

- Olivier Gallay, Max-Olivier Hongler:
**Market sharing dynamics between two service providers.**241-254

- Thor Bøckman, Stein-Erik Fleten, Erik Juliussen, Håvard J. Langhammer, Ingemar Revdal:
**Investment timing and optimal capacity choice for small hydropower projects.**255-267

- Theodore S. Glickman:
**Program portfolio selection for reducing prioritized security risks.**268-276

- M. J. Soomer, Geert Jan Franx:
**Scheduling aircraft landings using airlines' preferences.**277-291

- René Victor Valqui Vidal:
**The Usage of System Dynamics in Organizational Interventions, B. Snabe. Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag, Wiesbaden, Germany (2007), 978-3-8350-0711-6.**292-294

- David W. Pentico:
**The assortment problem: A survey.**295-309

- Steven Orla Kimbrough, Gary J. Koehler, Ming Lu, David Harlan Wood:
**On a Feasible-Infeasible Two-Population (FI-2Pop) genetic algorithm for constrained optimization: Distance tracing and no free lunch.**310-327

- Zili Wu, Soon-Yi Wu:
**Gâteaux differentiability of the dual gap function of a variational inequality.**328-344

- Shaojian Qu, Kecun Zhang, Fusheng Wang:
**A global optimization using linear relaxation for generalized geometric programming.**345-356

- D. S. Liu, Kay Chen Tan, S. Y. Huang, Chi Keong Goh, Weng Khuen Ho:
**On solving multiobjective bin packing problems using evolutionary particle swarm optimization.**357-382

- Haye Lau, Shoudong Huang, Gamini Dissanayake:
**Discounted MEAN bound for the optimal searcher path problem with non-uniform travel times.**383-397

- Geoffrey Vilcot, Jean-Charles Billaut:
**A tabu search and a genetic algorithm for solving a bicriteria general job shop scheduling problem.**398-411

- Jing-An Li, Yue Wu, Kin Keung Lai, Ke Liu:
**Replenishment routing problems between a single supplier and multiple retailers with direct delivery.**412-420

- Çerag Pinçe, Ülkü Gürler, Emre Berk:
**A continuous review replenishment-disposal policy for an inventory system with autonomous supply and fixed disposal costs.**421-442

- Amy Hing Ling Lau, Hon-Shiang Lau, Jian-Cai Wang:
**How a dominant retailer might design a purchase contract for a newsvendor-type product with price-sensitive demand.**443-458

- Levente Bodrog, Armin Heindl, Gábor Horváth, Miklós Telek:
**A Markovian canonical form of second-order matrix-exponential processes.**459-477

- Raik Stolletz:
**Approximation of the non-stationary M(t)/M(t)/c(t)-queue using stationary queueing models: The stationary backlog-carryover approach.**478-493

- Delia Montoro-Cazorla, Rafael Pérez-Ocón:
**An LDQBD process under degradation, inspection, and two types of repair.**494-508

- Chung-Chi Hsieh, Cheng-Han Wu, Ya-Jing Huang:
**Ordering and pricing decisions in a two-echelon supply chain with asymmetric demand information.**509-525

- Aoi Honda, Michel Grabisch:
**An axiomatization of entropy of capacities on set systems.**526-538

- Daniel Gómez, Enrique González-Arangüena, Conrado Manuel, Guillermo Owen:
**A value for generalized probabilistic communication situations.**539-556

- Sanjay Sharma:
**On the flexibility of demand and production rate.**557-561

- E. Mohebbi:
**A note on a production control model for a facility with limited storage capacity in a random environment.**562-570

- Bo Niu, Jinxing Xie:
**A note on "Two-warehouse inventory model with deterioration under FIFO dispatch policy".**571-577

- Roberto Montemanni, Valeria Leggieri, Chefi Triki:
**Mixed integer formulations for the probabilistic minimum energy broadcast problem in wireless networks.**578-585

- Isabella Lari, Federica Ricca, Andrea Scozzari:
**Comparing different metaheuristic approaches for the median path problem with bounded length.**587-597

- Nezih Altay, Powell E. Robinson Jr., Kurt M. Bretthauer:
**Exact and heuristic solution approaches for the mixed integer setup knapsack problem.**598-609

- Elif Tokar Erdemir, Rajan Batta, Seth Spielman, Peter A. Rogerson, Alan Blatt, Marie Flanigan:
**Location coverage models with demand originating from nodes and paths: Application to cellular network design.**610-632

- H. M. Soroush:
**Optimal paths in bi-attribute networks with fractional cost functions.**633-658

- Juan J. Vidal-Puga:
**Forming coalitions and the Shapley NTU value.**659-671

- Robert Lin, Jennifer Shu-Jen Lin, Jason Chang, Didos Tang, Henry Chao, Peter C. Julian:
**Note on group consistency in analytic hierarchy process.**672-678

- Juuso Liesiö, Pekka Mild, Ahti Salo:
**Robust portfolio modeling with incomplete cost information and project interdependencies.**679-695

- Ki Hong Kim, Seong Tae Hwang, Hyung Sik Oh, Deok Joo Lee:
**The impact of investment lags on investment decision.**696-707

- Ascensión Zafra-Cabeza, Miguel A. Ridao, Eduardo F. Camacho:
**Using a risk-based approach to project scheduling: A case illustration from semiconductor manufacturing.**708-723

- John W. Fowler, Pornsarun Wirojanagud, Esma Senturk Gel:
**Heuristics for workforce planning with worker differences.**724-740

- Aiying Rong, Henri Hakonen, Risto Lahdelma:
**A variant of the dynamic programming algorithm for unit commitment of combined heat and power systems.**741-755

- Xiuli Qu, Julie Ann S. Williams:
**An analytical model for reverse automotive production planning and pricing.**756-767

- Mette Bjørndal, Kurt Jörnsten:
**Equilibrium prices supported by dual price functions in markets with non-convexities.**768-789

- Panos L. Lorentziadis:
**Pricing in multiple-item procurement auctions with a common to all items fixed cost.**790-797

- Lizhong Wang, Liping Fang, Keith W. Hipel:
**Basin-wide cooperative water resources allocation.**798-817

- Sumeet Gupta, Hee-Woong Kim:
**Linking structural equation modeling to Bayesian networks: Decision support for customer retention in virtual communities.**818-833

- Atsuyuki Ohyama, Motoh Tsujimura:
**Induced effects and technological innovation with strategic environmental policy.**834-854

- Quanling Wei, Hong Yan, Lin Xiong:
**A bi-objective generalized data envelopment analysis model and point-to-set mapping projection.**855-876