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    • Analysis of a decentralized supply chain under partial cooperation 

      Güllü, R.; Van Houtum G. J.; Sargut F. Z.; Erkip, N. (2005)
      In this article, we analyze a decentralized supply chain consisting of a supplier and two independent retailers. In each order cycle, retailers place their orders at the supplier to minimize inventory-related expected costs ...
    • Job shop scheduling with beam search 

      Sabuncuoglu I.; Bayiz, M. (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1999)
      Beam Search is a heuristic method for solving optimization problems. It is an adaptation of the branch and bound method in which only some nodes are evaluated in the search tree. At any level, only the promising nodes are ...
    • Managerial motivation dynamics and incentives 

      Kocabıyıkoğlu, A.; Popescu, I. (2007)
      Firms can increase profitability by appropriately motivating managers. We investigate drivers of managerial motivation, and propose how firms can use performance pay to alter motivational patterns. We focus on the agent's ...
    • Moderating effects of climate and external support on transformational leadership and technological innovation: An investigation in creative ventures in Turkey 

      Gumusluoglu L.T.; Ilsev, A. (2006)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of transformational leadership on technological innovation at the organizational level. Specifically, it was proposed that transformational leadership would have ...
    • SPM management using markov chain based data access prediction 

      Yemliha, T.; Srikantaiah, S.; Kandemir, M.; Ozturk O. (2008)
      Leveraging the power of scratchpad memories (SPMs) available in most embedded systems today is crucial to extract maximum performance from application programs. While regular accesses like scalar values and array expressions ...
    • Tactical capacity management under capacity flexibility 

      Alp, O.; Tan, T. (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
      In many production systems a certain level of flexibility in the production capacity is either inherent or can be acquired. In that case, system costs may be decreased by managing the capacity and inventory in a joint ...