February 2004 Volume 31|
The following table of contents lists articles in the February 2004 print edition of OR/MS Today. You may follow any of the linked titles to read those items in their entirety. For quick navigation you may jump directly to any of the following sections:
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- In Memoriam: Andy Vazsonyi
- By Saul Gass
- Recalling the life and times of an OR/MS pioneer, educator, researcher, illustrator and author.
- Forum: The Science of Better
- Promotion is fine, but profession needs a better product
- By Heiner Müller-Merbach
- Operations research gives profession a bad name
- By Mathieu Balez
- Progress report on initiative to market the profession
- By Barry List
- The 'Center' of Attention
- By Peter Horner
- The Operations Research Center at MIT prepares to celebrate 50 years at the top of the class of OR grad school education.
- Applying Science to the Art of Business
- By Terry Cryan
- Preview of INFORMS Practice Conference to be held
in Cambridge, Mass., April 25-28.
- The 'Keys' to the White House
- By Doug Samuelson
- The 2004 presidential election: do long-term patterns dictate the outcome? Quantitative historian Allan Lichtman uses OR techniques to predict elections.
- Software Review: Insight 2.0
- By Stefan Scholtes
- New edition of Sam Savage's Excel add-ins for uncertainty modeling earns high marks for teaching management science.
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