April | Volume 42 | Number 2

April 2015 cover

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:



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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.