Inside IIE Journals 

This month we highlight a pair of articles that address planning and scheduling problems in the public and private sector. The first article looks at how to minimize losses from natural disasters by optimally prepositioning relief supplies. The second article uses an empirical modeling approach to help managers set schedules for processes that produce many products with significant changeover costs. These articles will appear in the April 2015 issue of IIE Transactions (Volume 47, No. 4). 

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