April | Volume 42 | Number 2

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The following table of contents lists articles in the April 2015 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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Kazakhstan National Railway

By Yury Gorbunov, David Hunt and Marc Meketon
How a railway-planning model helped develop a scheduled, market-driven, service-oriented operation across Central Asian nation.
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Chilean soccer league scheduling

By Guillermo Durán and Mario Guajardo
Faced with a long list of constraints, O.R. group scores with efficient schedules that reduce travel costs and boost attendance.
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The most interesting person in the (O.R.) world

By Peter Horner
Interview with Eva Lee, whose applied work on healthcare, pandemics, disaster response and other projects has global implications.
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Operations research in Cuba

By Carlos N. Bouza Herrera and Sira Allende Alonso
A brief history of the development of O.R. teaching and research in the Caribbean nation and what the future may hold.
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Fighting flooding in Mozambique

By Daniel Maposa, James J. Cochran and ‘Maseka Lesaoana
Disaster risk management: “Flood frequency curves” aim to forecast extreme flooding in the Limpopo River basin.
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French Army logistics

By Thomas Barthoulot, Jean-Philippe Mangeot, Olivier Briant and Denis Naddef
Multimodal transportation optimization software helps move military materiel, troops from bases to operation scenes.
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