December | Volume 43 | Number 6

probability management

The following table of contents lists articles in the December 2016 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:

Roundtable profile: O.R. at Google
By Brian Thomas Eck and Amber Richter
Advanced analytics permeates work at Google, making the technology giant a ‘candy store for O.R. practitioners.’
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Rolling up operational risk at PG&E
By Jordan Alen, Christine Cowsert Chapman, Melissa Kirmse, Farshad Miraftab and Sam Savage
Probability management provides overall risk snapshot to assess tradeoffs between safety, reliability and cost.
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The election that confounded everybody
By Douglas A. Samuelson
Why the polls were wrong: The “13 Keys” model outperformed its creator during an unpredictable presidential campaign.
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In search of sound data science
By Eric Siegel
Predictive analytics: Avoiding the most pernicious prediction pitfall  – the potential and danger of automating science.
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Moving forward with membership help
By Peter Horner
Q&A: 2017 INFORMS President Brian Denton discusses goals, aspirations and member-inspired ideas, initiatives.
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