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Chapter 18 in Profiles in Operations Research, 2011, pp 325-342 from Springer
Abstract Abraham (Abe) Charneswas an internationally acclaimed mathematician, a pioneer of operations research (OR), and one of the great figures in management science (MS). Abe’s fundamental contributions in optimization, statistics, finance, marketing, and human resource management spanned a 50-year career. An outstanding characteristic of his research was his talent to create new mathematical formulations that were motivated by real-world applications, but entailed important theoretical and methodological advances.
Keywords: Data Envelopment Analysis; Goal Programming; Aviation Gasoline; Operation Research Society; Manpower Planning (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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