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**publisher and metadata sources**).We consider shortest path problems defined on graphs with random arc costs. We assume that information on arc cost values is accumulated as the graph is being traversed. The objective is to devise a… Continue Reading

Purpose – This paper presents an extended technology acceptance model (TAM) with concepts from the innovation diffusion theory (IDT) and customers’ perceived risk, aiming to examine the factors… Continue Reading

Purpose – To propose a framework for purchasing and outsourcing decisions together with a process model for evaluating and assessing possible suppliers. The paper focuses in particular on the… Continue Reading

Independent of the size of the company, an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system can either boost or doom a company, if implemented successfully or unsuccessfully. There is a great deal of… Continue Reading

In this thesis, we study a class of stochastic and dynamic shortest distance problems, in which the distances are random and unknown. The problems considered are stochastic due to randomness, and… Continue Reading

We consider shortest path problems defined on graphs with random arc costs. We assume that information on arc cost values is accumulated as the graph is being traversed. The objective is to devise a… Continue Reading

We consider a decentralized detection problem in which a number of identical sensors transmit a finite-valued function of their observations to a fusion center which makes a final decision on one of… Continue Reading

We consider shortest path problems defined on graphs with random arc costs. We assume that information on arc cost values is accumulated as the graph is being traversed. The objective is to devise a… Continue Reading

An efficient method for the accurate computation of the Airy function is presented. This method is applied to the calculation of the propagation factor for diffraction around a smooth sphere. These… Continue Reading

We consider a decentralized detection problem in which a number of identical sensors transmit a finite-valued function of their observations to a fusion center which makes a final decision on one of… Continue Reading