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This paper investigates the development of a class of models suggested by an application of the logistic curve to model the growth of Bell System residence telephones. These models are expected to be… (More)

We consider a denumerable state Markovian sequential control process. It is well known that when we consider the expected total discounted income as a criterion, there exists a nonrandomized… (More)

Consider a stochastic system with a finite state space and a finite action space. Between actions, the waiting time to transition is a random variable with a continuous distribution function… (More)

We consider the costly surveillance of a stochastic system with a finite state space and a finite number of actions in each state. There is a positive cost of observing the system and the system… (More)

Abstract This paper points out an interesting result relating to the total cost of the optimal policy for several EOQ models used in inventory control analysis. It is observed that the same simple… (More)

Abstract In this note the authors examine a reorder point inventory system with constant lead times and stochastic demands. In the standard approach, the holding cost expression used is an… (More)

An inverse sampling procedure is proposed for the problem of selecting the better of two treatments when the responses are dichotomous. This procedure is particularly useful when it is desired to… (More)

Softness retention characteristics of raisins are improved by applying to the surface of the raisins a pure edible polyalcohol humectant, preferably glycerol, at a rate of 20-28% based on the weight… (More)

An inverse sampling procedure is proposed for the problem of selecting the better of two treatments when the responses are dichotomous. This procedure is particularly useful when it is desired to… (More)

For a sample from a normal population with unknown mean and a known upper bound to the unknown standard deviation, T. Colton [1] has proposed a test procedure, which has been shown to be more… (More)