Improving Emergency Responsiveness with Management Science

@inproceedings{Green2004ImprovingER,
  title={Improving Emergency Responsiveness with Management Science},
  author={Linda V. Green and Peter J. Kolesar},
  year={2004}
}
W the goal of OR/MS is to aid decision makers, implementation of published models occurs less frequently than one might hope. However, one area that has been significantly impacted by management science is emergency response systems. Dozens of papers on emergency service management appeared in the OR/MS literature in the 1970s alone, many of which were published in Management Science. Three of these papers won major prizes. More importantly, many of these papers led to the implementation of… CONTINUE READING

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