Inside IISE Journals 

This month we celebrate the first issue of the newly renamed  IISE Transactions by highlighting two articles with broad applicability. The first article addresses how to detect assignable causes that change the structure of a dynamic network. While applicable to many types of networks, the method would have accurately detected events at Enron in 2001. The second article looks at how to group items in storage facilities to facilitate order picking. Several mathematical formulations are discussed, and computationally tractable solution algorithms are developed. 

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