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  • Carter PhillipL. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1974-09-01)
    The purpose of this paper is to develop a general model for controlling the percent defective of an ongoing production process. The model is developed in a Bayesian decision theory framework so that, using dynamic programming, ...
  • Sathe PrakashT.; Hancock WaltonM. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-06-01)
    This paper presents a Bayesian model for determining minimum cost rate preventive maintenance schedules where historical data are not available. Also, a model to determine appropriate maintenance budgeting policies is ...
  • Garg Arun; Chaffin DonB. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-03-01)
    A computer based three dimensional strength model was used to predict hand forces at 38 different positions for a seated operator. These predictions were compared with the forces exerted by 71 male subjects. Error coefficients ...
  • Park KyungS.; Chaffin DonB. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1974-06-01)
    Since the middle 1930's it has been advocated that all lifting should be carried out with the back near vertical and with the knees bent. The basis for this recommendation has been that it shifts the stresses on the body ...
  • Chaffin DonB.; Baker WilliamH. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-03-01)
    A computerized model of the human body is developed. It assumes the skeletal muscle system to be analogous to a series of eight solid links representing the major body segments which are articulated in a manner corresponding ...
  • Pegels C.Carl (Taylor & Francis Group, 1969-03-01)
    This article presents an analytic approach to the blood bank collection scheduling and inventory problem. Based on a specified allowable probability of shortage, the number of units to be collected is determined. A total ...
  • Ashour Said (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-06-01)
    This article is concerned with the solution of the flow shop scheduling problem in which all jobs have the same machine ordering. A branch-and-bound algorithm is developed for finding the sequence of J jobs to be processed ...
  • Bozoki George; Richard Jean-Paul (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-09-01)
    The continuous-process job-shop scheduling problem (CPJS) arises typically in the following way: (1) a set of M machines or production facilities are available; (2) a set of N jobs are to be processed through these machines ...
  • Katsoulas PeterC.; Sadowski RandallP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1976-06-01)
    This paper presents a resource allocation technique in the form of a branch and bound algorithm which optimizes the allocation at a specific point in time. The algorithm allows the user to attach individual performance ...
  • Petersen CliffordC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1974-06-01)
    A heuristic algorithm for solving capital budgeting problems is described. The algorithm proceeds from an initial solution, obtained with the use of ranking procedures, and progressively improves the solution through ...
  • Tanchoco JoseM. A.; Buck JamesR. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-09-01)
    A closed-form methodology for obtaining statistical moments of present worth for discrete cash flows is shown and proposed for use in economic risk analysis. Coefficients of alternative cash-flow time-series are viewed as ...
  • Hodgson ThomJ. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-09-01)
    In this paper the two-dimensional pallet loading problem is considered: that is, the problem of loading a rectangular pallet of size L by W, drawing from a set of n rectangular boxes. The objective is to maximize the area ...
  • Cohen StephenB. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-06-01)
    A common error in intervention modeling of time series is described and the correct procedure is presented. The error involves applying the intervention to the differenced time series rather than the the original series. ...
  • Baker K.R.; Bertrand J.W. M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-06-01)
    In sequencing and scheduling models it is usually assumed that due dates represent exogeneous information. In many practical settings, however, due dates can be discretionary, or at least negotiable. Relatively few studies ...
  • Crowston W.B.; Wagner M.H.; Henshaw A. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-12-01)
    This paper discusses heuristics for the determination of lot-sizes in multi-stage systems, some based on current industrial practice, and gives computational times and solution values for the heuristic routines. These ...
  • Wallack PaulM.; Adams S.Keith (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-06-01)
    Using experimental data from their signal-detection study, the authors examine traditional measures of inspector performance along with measures based on Bayes'rule. Results indicate that the inspector's decision process ...
  • Pegels C.Carl; Jelmert AndrewE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-03-01)
    The process of crossmatching blood is an integral part of blood bank operations. Human blood is specialized in the sense that one person's donated blood cannot be used randomly for another person. Before blood is infused ...
  • Rosenshine Matthew; Soares Francisco (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-03-01)
    It is well known that the Bayes procedure minimizes the expected loss when the a priori probabilities of the states of nature are known, but it is not clear that the procedure continues to have this property in the presence ...
  • Raphael DavidL.; Enscore E.Emory; Bennett TimothyK. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1978-06-01)
    The funding constraints on large colleges and universities are becoming tighter as time passes. Because of this increasing problem, better management of our large and complex educational institutions is becoming an evermore ...
  • Miller George; Wilson RichardC.; Herzog Bertram (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-09-01)
    This article attempts to show how computer graphics can assist in computerized development of project-type schedules as exemplified by preventive maintenance scheduling in the electric power industry. The method is equally ...