Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, 8 Volume Set
The Encyclopedia received the 2011 RUSA Award for Outstanding Business Reference Source
AN UNPARALLELED UNDERTAKING
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science is the first multi-volume encyclopedia devoted to advancing the areas of operations research and management science. The Encyclopedia is available online and in print.
The Encyclopedia was honored with the distinction of an "Outstanding Business Reference Source" by the Reference and User Services Association
DETAILED AND AUTHORITATIVE
Designed to be a mainstay for students and professionals alike, the Encyclopedia features four types of articles at varying levels written by diverse, international contributors.
• Introductory articles provide a broad and moderately technical treatment of core topics.
• Advanced articles review key areas of research in a citation-rich format similar to that of leading review journals.
• Technical articles provide more detailed discussions of key concepts addressed in related articles.
• Case Studies/Historical Interludes present successful and/or interesting examples of operations research and management science methodology in practical or historical contexts.
KEY FEATURES OF THE ENCYCLOPEDIA
• Offers the only cohesive multi-volume reference devoted to operations research and management science theory, methodology, and applications
• Includes over 600 articles with contributions from over 1,000 authors from 45 countries.
• Features an Editorial Board comprised of experts in the field who have vast experience in academia, industry, and government
• Designed to make the content useful and accessible to the widest possible readership
• Provides practical tools to maximize benefits and minimize cost and risk
Systems in Series.
MACBETH (Measuring Attractiveness by a Categorical Based Evaluation Technique).
History of CP.
Just in Time.
Push and Pull Production.
MULTIVARIATE INPUT MODELING.
Operational Research Society.
The M/G/1 Queue.
Edgeworth market games.
Why variance is not risk.
Conjugate gradient methods.
Surgery Planning and Scheduling.
Large-scale linear models.
AXIOMATIC MEASURES OF RISK AND RISK-VALUE MODELS.
Age Replacement Policies.
PASTA and Related Results.
LP projection algorithms.
R&D risk management.
Travel demand modeling.
Infinite horizon problems.
Bayesian Network Classifiers.
Integer Programming Duality.
Models and Basic Properties.
Parametric LP analysis.
Operations Research and Golfing.
Batch Arrivals and Service.
Optimal Monitoring Strategies.
Basic Polyhedral Theory.
Operations Research and Art.
Managing portfolios of risks.
Measures of risk equity.
Branch and Bound Algorithms.
Analytics in Retail.
Direct Search Methods.
Branch and Price.
Optimal Reliability Allocation.
Simplex-based LP solvers.
Availability in Stochastic Models.
Basic CP theory: Search.
Branch and Cut.
Urban mass transit.
Credit risk assessment.
Branch-width and Tangles.
Stochastic Hazard Process.
Deterministic Global Optimization.
Multistage (stochastic) games.
Basis Reduction Methods.
ACCIDENT PRECURSORS AND WARNING SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT: A BAYESIAN APPROACH TO MATHEMATICAL MODELS.
Opportunities in Tennis.
Simplex method and complexity.
Neuroeconomics and game theory.
Common Random Numbers.
Selective Support Vector Machines.
Risk Averse Models.
Simulation of Rare Events.
Introduction to Tabu Search.
Basic Interdiction Models.
Dynamic vehicle routing.
Design for Network Resiliency.
Passenger rail transportation.
Vehicle Routing Problem.
Supply Chain Outsourcing.
Hazard Rate Function.
Guided Local Search.
Preferences for repeated gambles.
Graph search techniques.
Random search algorithms.
Supply chain coordination.
Markov Renewal Processes.
“It can be highly recommended to students, scientists working in the area of Operations Research and Management Science as well as to practitioners using those topics in applications.” (Optimization, 1 January 2013)
“As a resource for courses, teams of researchers, for ideas for future research, for those interested in numerical methods looking for professional applications, as an amalgamof clear discussion and linked numerical display, this encyclopaedia is hard to beat.” (Reference Reviews, 2012)
"Good quality reference books on the operational aspects of business organizations are surprisingly difficult to find. But we recently added one that we hope will prove very useful. The Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science (EORMS) is the first multi-volume encyclopedia devoted to advancing the areas of operations research and management science ... Take advantage of this very sophisticated encyclopedia when you are looking for basic background information on a wide variety of topics related to operations research and management science theory, methodology, and applications." (Mildred F Sawyer Library Blog, 21 April 2011)
"The Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science brings together hundreds of specific examples of theories and applied research, and serves as a reference manual for academic researchers, advanced students , and professionals working in the field who wish to utilize a particular theory of to find seminal research in the fields of operations research and management science." (Van Houlson & Nathan Rupp, 2011 Outstanding Business Reference Sources, The Reference and User Services Association, 22 January 2012)
"This encyclopedia provides an overview of many areas of operations research, management science, and their applications…the individual articles were written and peer-reviewed by experts in their respective areas, and many of the contributions are extremely thorough and authoritative.” (Choice, 1 September 2011)
"Highly recommended for universities, businesses with OR/MS or analytics departments, and other large groups that need a comprehensive OR/MS reference in a central location." (Interfaces, Nov/Dec 2011)
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, 8 Volume Set (February 2011) is the first multi-volume encyclopedia devoted to advancing the areas of operations research and management science theory, methodology, and applications. The Encyclopedia is available in print and online.
Featuring over 600 articles from 1,000-plus authors from 45 countries, the Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science succeeds in making the content useful and accessible to the widest possible readership by organizing its articles into four levels: Introductory, Advanced, Technical, and Case Studies/Historical Interludes. The Encyclopedia provides practical tools to maximize benefits and minimize both cost and risk and also contains the most current information on a broad range of topics concerned with the discipline’s theory, methodology, algorithms, applications, and history, including: accelerated life models; infinite linear programs; prospect theory; and supplier selection. In addition, the Encyclopedia features an Editorial Board composed of experts in the field who have vast experience in academia, industry, and government.
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science provides authoritative information on a plethora of areas, including military science; medicine and health care; telecommunications; air travel; freight and shipping; mining; forestry; energy; agriculture; finance; retail operations; and sports and entertainment.
The Encyclopedia is also available as an online resource that offers a systematic program of quarterly updates, ensuring that the work remains an indispensible, timely, and up-to-date mainstay within the field for many years to come. The broad and carefully structured coverage of mathematical theory, algorithms, modeling, and application issues in operations research and management science makes this compilation the definitive online resource of its kind.