October | Volume 42 | Number 5
The following table of contents lists articles in the October 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:
By Michael E. Beyer, CAP
Many quantitative fields are converging in their aims and fundamentals to a common concept domain – analytics.
By Ali Abbas and Ken Fletcher
Symposium outlines opportunities, challenges while fostering collaboration between government, academia and industry.
By Mark Eisner
INFORMS committee creates website devoted to the history of operations research and profiles of influential individuals.
By Brant M. Horio and Nathan Arrowsmith
Given their cult-like following, many educators have turned to zombies to act as attention-grabbing pedagogical tools.
By Richard D. Pollack, Ronald K. Klimberg and Susan H. Boklage
A close examination of the open-source software statistics package R reveals its advantages . . . and disadvantages.
By James J. Swain
The 10th biennial survey: Driven by questions, fueled by thought and realized by simulation.
- Roundtable Report [OPEN ACCESS]
- Winter Simulation Conference [OPEN ACCESS]
- Exhibitor’s Guide [OPEN ACCESS]
- In Memoriam: Heiner Müller-Merbach [OPEN ACCESS]
- Meetings [OPEN ACCESS]
- OR/MS Today now features Online Employment Classifieds