June | Volume 43 | Number 3
The following table of contents lists articles in the June 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:
Hawks and doves agree U.S. military spending needs a serious, systematic review, but widespread conflicts of interest present a major challenge.
By Douglas A. Samuelson
Revolutionary routing system boosts driver efficiency, cost savings, customer service and the environment.
By Peter Horner
“Smart” application of fertilizer illustrates payoff in using analytical tools to enhance crop yields and improve the environment.
By Joseph Byrum
You don’t need a license to download R, but you should have a good understanding of p-values.
By Scott Nestler and Harrison Schram
Analytics’ rapid emergence a decade ago created a great deal of corporate interest, as well as confusion regarding its meaning.
By Robert Rose
Classification techniques provide an important first step in the serious study of the fast-growing field of sports analytics.
By Gary Cokins, Walt DeGrange, Stephen Chambal and Russell Walker
Software survey: Forecasting 2016
New tools, new capabilities and new trends: Survey of 26 software packages from 19 vendors.
By Chris Fry and Vijay Mehrotra
- 'Music City’ tunes up for INFORMS Annual Meeting [OPEN ACCESS]
- Carnegie Mellon schools receives UPS George D. Smith Prize [OPEN ACCESS]
- MIT-led team wins IAAA competition [OPEN ACCESS]
- Spring Roundtable Meeting in Orlando [OPEN ACCESS]
- Workshop on Data Mining & Decision Analytics [OPEN ACCESS]
- Call for Nominations: Editor-in-chief, Organization Science [OPEN ACCESS]
- Call for Nominations: INFORMS Fellows [OPEN ACCESS]
- People [OPEN ACCESS]
- Meetings [OPEN ACCESS]
- OR/MS Today now features Online Employment Classifieds