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Posted on 02 May 2018

OR Society

JORS April 2018

Articles Published in JORS Vol 69 Issue 4

This Issue is now available. It contains the following articles:

A mean-field formulation for multi-period asset–liability mean–variance portfolio selection with an uncertain exit time
Xiangyu Cui, Xun Li, Xianping Wu & Lan Yi

A cost-sensitive multi-criteria quadratic programming model for imbalanced data
Xiangrui Chao & Yi Peng

Teaching system dynamics and discrete event simulation together: a case study
Kathryn Hoad & Martin Kunc

Student selection in a Brazilian university: using a multi-criteria method
Renan Felinto de Farias Aires, Luciano Ferreira, Afranio Galdino de Araujo & Denis Borenstein

On elicitation-method effect in game experiments: a competing newsvendor perspective
Yukun Zhao & Xiaobo Zhao

Joint optimization model for train scheduling and train stop planning with passengers distribution on railway corridors
Jianguo Qi, Shukai Li, Yuan Gao, Kai Yang & Pei Liu

Compromise for the complaint: an optimization approach to the ENSC value and the CIS value
Dongshuang Hou, Panfei Sun, Genjiu Xu & Theo Driessen

Beyond links and chains in food supply: a Community OR perspective
Eliseo Vilalta-Perdomo & Martin Hingley

Minmax common due-window assignment and scheduling on a single machine with two competing agents
Baruch Mor

Passenger railway network protection: a model with variable post-disruption demand service
Stefano Starita & Maria Paola Scaparra

Investigating the dynamics of nation-building through a system of differential equations
Cade M. Saie & Darryl K. Ahner

An evolutionary algorithm for subset selection in causal inference models
Wendy K. Tam Cho