2004 - Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
His primary areas of study are Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Constant, Procurement and Scheduling. John A. Muckstadt has included themes like Inventory valuation and Operations management in his Operations research study. His study in Operations management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inventory system and Multi item.
His study on Holding cost and Integer programming is often connected to Simple and Sorting algorithm as part of broader study in Mathematical optimization. His Integer programming study incorporates themes from Lagrangian relaxation, Gradient method and Time horizon. His research ties Lagrange multiplier and Scheduling together.
His primary areas of investigation include Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Operations management, Procurement and Time horizon. His Safety stock research extends to the thematically linked field of Operations research. In general Mathematical optimization study, his work on Holding cost and Optimization problem often relates to the realm of Constant, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Inventory management study, which is part of a larger body of work in Operations management, is frequently linked to Service level, Stuttering, Stationary distribution and Technical note, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Time horizon intersects with topics in Lead time and Production manager. His study looks at the relationship between Multi item and fields such as Inventory system, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary scientific interests are in Operations research, Operations management, Time horizon, Lead time and Inventory management. His work deals with themes such as Purchasing and Process, which intersect with Operations research. His study with Time horizon involves better knowledge in Mathematical optimization.
His Mathematical optimization research incorporates elements of Inventory theory and Perpetual inventory. His Lead time research includes themes of Econometrics and Reorder point. His studies in Inventory management integrate themes in fields like Decision variables, Optimal cost and Concept inventory.
His primary areas of investigation include Operations management, Lead time, Time horizon, Mathematical optimization and Concept inventory. The Lead time study combines topics in areas such as Econometrics and Lost sales. His Time horizon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Robust optimization, Holding cost and Perpetual inventory.
His Mathematical optimization research incorporates themes from Decision model and Inventory theory. His research on Concept inventory often connects related topics like Inventory management.
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A Model for a Multi-Item, Multi-Echelon, Multi-Indenture Inventory System
John A. Muckstadt.
Management Science (1973)
Design of Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems
W. L. Maxwell;J. A. Muckstadt.
Iie Transactions (1982)
Establishing Consistent and Realistic Reorder Intervals in Production-Distribution Systems
William L. Maxwell;John A. Muckstadt.
Operations Research (1985)
An Application of Lagrangian Relaxation to Scheduling in Power-Generation Systems
John A. Muckstadt;Sherri A. Koenig.
Operations Research (1977)
An analysis of single item inventory systems with returns
John A. Muckstadt;Michael H. Isaac.
Naval Research Logistics Quarterly (1981)
Are Multi-Echelon Inventory Methods Worth Implementing in Systems with Low-Demand-Rate Items?
John A. Muckstadt;L. Joseph Thomas.
Management Science (1980)
Guidelines for Collaborative Supply Chain System Design and Operation
John A. Muckstadt;David H. Murray;James A. Rappold;Dwight E. Collins.
Information Systems Frontiers (2001)
Analysis of Multistage Production Systems
J. Muckstadt;R. Roundy.
The Joint Replenishment Problem with a Powers-of-Two Restriction
Peter Jackson;William Maxwell;John Muckstadt.
Iie Transactions (1985)
A review of the stochastic lot scheduling problem
Charles R. Sox;Peter L. Jackson;Alan Bowman;John A. Muckstadt.
International Journal of Production Economics (1999)
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