June | Volume 42 | Number 3

June 2015

The following table of contents lists articles in the June 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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Features

Useful history of operations research

By William Thomas
Past, present and future: The long-term prospects and aspirations for historical preservation, research and communication.
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Agriculture firm Syngenta earns Edelman

By Peter Horner
‘Good growth through advanced analytics’ project cuts development costs, produces better crops in an environmentally responsible manner.
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Probability as a reality show

By Arnold Barnett
With interest in probability and statistics flourishing, time is ripe for a reality-based class exposing students to operations research.
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Wargamers explore ‘forbidden options’

By Douglas A. Samuelson and Russell R. Vane III
Russia’s Gotland Gambit: New twist allows players to explore alternative decisions in a freer environment in simulated conflict.
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In Memoriam: Gene Woolsey

By Gysbert Wessels
A relentless advocate for practical applications, O.R. icon’s teaching and consulting legacy lives on through his students.
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Remembrances of Gene Woolsey

Compiled by Barry List and Peter Horner
Former students, colleagues of Colorado School of Mines professor recall their favorite stories of an unforgettable teacher and mentor.
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Computing

Software Survey: Linear Programming

By Robert Fourer
Thirteenth in a series of LP surveys highlights trends toward mobile computing, cloud computing and optimization.
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2015 Linear Programming Survey

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