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Relationships between prosodic and musical meters in the Beste form of classical Turkish music
(University of Texas Press Journals Division, 2005)Classical Turkish music is essentially vocal in nature, and a large portion of its lyrics is taken from Ottoman divân literature. The primary prosodic meter used in divân is arûz, whereas the musical meter utilized in ... 
Relaxations for twolevel multiitem lotsizing problems
(Springer, 201408)We consider several variants of the twolevel lotsizing problem with one item at the upper level facing dependent demand, and multiple items or clients at the lower level, facing independent demands. We first show that ... 
Release Time Scheduling and Hub Location for NextDay Delivery
(INFORMS, 20120201)Inspired by a reallife problem faced by one of the largest groundbased cargo companies of Turkey, the current study introduces a new facet to the hub location literature. The release time scheduling and hub location ... 
Replacement decisions with maintenance under uncertainty: an imbedded optimal control model
(Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (I N F O R M S), 2004)How should a manager make replacement decisions for a chain of machines over time if each is maintained by an optimal control model addressing uncertainty of machine breakdowns? A network representation of the problem ... 
Replenishment decisions under an allunits discount schedule and stepwise freight costs
(Elsevier, 2009)In this study, we analyze the replenishment decisions under a general replenishment cost structure that includes stepwise freight costs and allunits quantity discounts. We first formulate a general model that accounts for ... 
Rescheduling frequency in an FMS with uncertain processing times and unreliable machines
(Elsevier, 1999)This paper studies the scheduling/rescheduling problem in a multiresource FMS environment. Several reactive scheduling policies are proposed to address the effects of machine breakdowns and processing time variations. ... 
Residual lifetime distribution and its applications
(Pergamon Press, 1994)Let T be a continuous positive random variable representing the lifetime of an entity. This entity could be a human being, an animal or a plant, or a component of a mechanical or electrical system. For nonliving objects ... 
Restoration of spacevariant global blurs caused by severe camera movements and coordinate distortions
(IOP Science, 1998)We show that a broad class of image recovery problems where an object undergoing an arbitrary twodimensional, time and spacevariant, nonseparable, nonlinear global coordinate distortion, is imaged for a certain duration, ... 
Restricted robust uniform matroid maximization under interval uncertainty
(Springer, 2007)For the problem of selecting p items with interval objective function coefficients so as to maximize total profit, we introduce the rrestricted robust deviation criterion and seek solutions that minimize the rrestricted ... 
Retail location competition under carbon penalty
(Elsevier B.V., 2018)We study the retail location problem in a competitive linear market in which two retailers simultaneously choose their locations. Both retailers procure identical products from a common supplier and each consumer purchases ... 
Reverse Hazard
(John Wiley & Sons, 2006) 
Review of the sixsigma methodology and its case studies
(Selçuk University, 2011)The sixsigma is one of the most effective and recently developed business strategies to reduce process variability, keep on continuous improvement for the process, and to decrease cost and waste. Thanks to its popularity ... 
Revisitation of the simulation methodologies and applications in manufacturing
(2011)Manufacturing is one of the largest application areas of simulation. For the purpose of understanding where, how and why the simulation is used in the manufacturing, this survey classifies the manufacturing system into two ... 
Rewardrate maximization in sequential identification under a stochastic deadline
(2013)Any intelligent system performing evidencebased decision making under time pressure must negotiate a speedaccuracy tradeoff. In computer science and engineering, this is typically modeled as minimizing a Bayesrisk ... 
The ring/κrings network design problem: model and branchandcut algorithm
(John Wiley & Sons, 2016)This article considers the problem of designing a twolevel network where the upper level consists of a backbone ring network connecting the socalled hub nodes, and the lower level is formed by access ring networks that ... 
Risk based facility location by using fault tree analysis in disaster management
(Elsevier Ltd, 2015)Determining the locations of facilities for prepositioning supplies to be used during a disaster is a strategic decision that directly affects the success of disaster response operations. Locating such facilities close to ... 
Riskaverse control of undiscounted transient Markov models
(Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2014)We use Markov risk measures to formulate a riskaverse version of the undiscounted total cost problem for a transient controlled Markov process. Using the new concept of a multikernel, we derive conditions for a system to ... 
Riskaverse stochastic orienteering problems
(Eskişehir Teknik Üniversitesi, 2019)In this study, we consider riskaverse orienteering problems with stochastic travel times or stochastic rewards. In riskneutral orienteering problems, the objective is generally to maximize the expected total reward of ... 
Robot move sequence determining and multiple parttype scheduling in hybrid flexible flow shop robotic cells
(Elsevier, 2016)We focus on the scheduling problem arising in hybrid flexible flow shops which repeatedly produce a set of multiple parttypes and where the transportation of the parts between the machines is performed by a robot. The ... 
Robotic cell scheduling with operational flexibility
(Elsevier, 2005)In this paper, we study the problem of twomachine, identical parts robotic cell scheduling with operational flexibility. We assume that every part to be processed has a number of operations to be completed in these two ...