Operations Research / Management Science Today
February • Volume 36
Number 1

The following table of contents lists articles in the February 2009 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:
Departments

  • Inside Story
  • President's Desk
  • Informs Online
  • Issues in Education
  • QED
  • Was It Something I Said?
  • PuzzlOR
  • O.R. in the News
  • Industry Update
  • ORacle


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    Features

    Can Data Mining Turn Up Terrorists?
    By John Hollywood, Kevin Strom and Mark Pope
    Probably not, but operations research can still play a role in helping to uncover terrorist plots.
     
    Change We Can Blog In
    By Douglas A. Samuelson
    How President Obama plans to use online social networking to help him govern.
     
    O.R. Credentialing
    By Scott Nestler and Jennifer Leong
    What is it and should INFORMS pursue a credentialing program?
     
    What's My Line?
    By Jerry Banks
    Will the real marketing guru — Philip Kotler — please stand up?
     
    Computing

    Statistical Software Survey
    By James J. Swain
    Long way from flip charts: Biennial survey of statistical software highlights growing list of capabilities.
     
    2009 Statistical Software Survey

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