Editor James J. Cochran discusses the Wiley Series in Operations Research and Management Science


  • Author: James J. Cochran
  • Date: 03 October 2013
  • Copyright: Statistics Views

Operations Research and Management Science (ORMS) is a broad, interdisciplinary branch of applied mathematics concerned with improving the quality of decisions and processes and is a major component of the global modern movement towards the use of advanced analytics in industry and scientific research. The Wiley Series in Operations Research and Management Science features a broad collection of books that meet the varied needs of researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and students who use or need to improve their use of analytics. Reflecting the wide range of current research within the ORMS community, the Series encompasses application, methodology, and theory and provides coverage of both classical and cutting edge ORMS concepts and developments. Written by recognized international experts in the field, this collection is appropriate for students as well as professionals from private and public sectors including industry, government, and nonprofit organizations who are interested in ORMS at a technical level.

Founding Series Editor:
James J. Cochran, Louisiana Tech University

Advisory Editors:

Decision and Risk Analysis
Gilberto Montibeller, London School of Economics
Gregory S. Parnell, United States Military Academy at West Point

Optimization Models
Lawrence V. Snyder, Lehigh University
Ya-xiang Yuan, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Stochastic Models
Raúl Gouet, University of Chile
Tava Olsen, The University of Auckland Business School

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Here James J. Cochran discusses the series and invites new authors to submit to the series.

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