Google seems to be getting the idea that operations research has a lot to add to the company. This is a long way from the time where I got the following response from a google software engineer at an information systems conference: “Integer programming? I tried it: it doesn’t work”. Oh, really? This change is […]
From the OR Blogs
- Cyclic best first search: Using contours to guide branch-and-bound algorithms
- NBA ratings mARCH 24
- Bob Wilson and Game Theory: two very short videos
- Match Day and the medical match as an economic game by Moblab
- To catch an intruder: Part A—uncluttered scenario
- Germany en route to annul historical convictions of gay men
- OM in the News: Intel, Mobileye, and Autonomous Cars
- SAS at the 2017 INFORMS Conference on Business Analytics and Operations Research
- A brief tutorial on PORTA
- Joins in GAMS, SQL or R
- The Syrian Crisis and a Humanitarian Hero – Dr. Mahmoud Hariri
- Sweet 16 Odds
- OM in the News: The Nuclear Waste Challenge at Fukushima 6 Years Later
- Is Peter Thiel disrupting college?
- Gantt Chart with R/Plotly
- The utility value of a towel
- OM in the News: Can the U.S. Bring Back 1/2 the Manufacturing Jobs that Moved Overseas?
- Where does operational research fit into a community plan?
- On “Robust Fluid Processing Networks” by Bertsimas, Nasrabadi and Paschalidis (2015)
- March 17 NBA Ratings
- Linkage for the Ides of March
- A bicriterion approach to common flow allowances due window assignment and scheduling with controllable processing times