Volume 24 Number 4
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the June 1997 print edition of OR/MS Today.
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- Ringing Up Big
- By Vijay Mehrotra
- A look inside the call center industry, a ubiquitous,
dynamic yet little-known industry that is rich with
opportunities for quantitative methods and OR/MS
- The Optimization Engine That Couldn't
- By Moshe Rosenwein
- Despite some successes along the way, an
optimization-based engine built to drive the
manufacturing planning function at AT&T's consumer
electronics products division is abruptly shelved.
- Safety In Numbers
- By Kathleen L. McFadden
- When it comes to air travel, OR/MS models can be used
to expand our knowledge of factors in safety and form the
basis for setting national and international policies.
- The Rise and Fall of a Ph.D. Candidacy
- By Anthony R. Vanchieri
- Thinking about pursuing a Ph.D. while working full
time? Not so fast! Six lessons learned the hard way.
- The Paper Chase, Take Two
- By Stephen J. Bistritz, Ed.D.
- After one false start, the author strikes a balance
between family, work and study to earn a doctorate in
- Academics & Adventure Overseas
- By Anna Nagurney and Margaret M. Wiecek
- A year in Europe: Perceptions and perspectives on
international challenges and opportunities for women in
the mathematical sciences and engineering.
- TK Solver Release
- By Jerry Allison
- Mathematical modeling package is versatile, offers
application development capabilities.
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