Submissions from 2013


Individual-Multinational Study of Internet Use: The Digital Divide Explained by Displacement Hypothesis and Knowledge-gap Hypothesis, Belal M. Abdelfattah

Does social communicability mediate the role of trust in mobile adoption: An individual level multi-nation exploration study, Kallol Bagchi and Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Backward Approach LPC-Based Constructive Heuristic, Ho J. C, F Lopez, T L. Tseng, and Alex J. Ruiz Torres

Quantity flexibility contract in the presence of discount incentives, Wenming Chung, Srinivas Talluri, and Ram Narasimhan

An Evaluation of the Factors that Lead to Global Spam, Aurelia Nicholas Donald and Kallol Bagchi

Minimizing the Normalized Sum of Square for Workload Deviations on m Parallel Processors, C J. Ho, B Tseng, F Lopez, and Alex J. Ruiz Torres

Cultural Issues in Telemedicine Adoption in USA and Brazil: Perception of Healthcare Professionals, Edimara Luciano and M A. Mahmood

The Influence of Human Factors on Vulnerability to Information Security Breaches, Edimara M. Luciano, Antonio Carlos G. Macada, and M A. Mahmood

Impact of Worker and Shop Flexibility on Assembly Cells, F Mahmoodi and Alex J. Ruiz Torres

Reactions of Publicly Traded Equities to Information Security Breaches: Empirical Evidence from the Stock Market, M A. Mahmood, Adolfo S. Coronado, Jagadish K. Dandu, and Aurelia Nicholas Donald

The impact of organizational study and culture, people, and, technology management on organizational practice and performance: an Emperical analysis, International , P. Mandal,; P. Gunasekaran; Somnath Mukhopadhyay; and Kallol Bagchi

Factors Affecting the Adoption of Distance Health Care, Parand Mansouri-Rad, Adam M. Mahmood, Sharon E. Thompson, and Karl Putnam Ph.D.

Factors Affecting the Adoption of Distance Health Care, Parand Mansouri-Rad, M A. Mahmood, Sharon E. Thompson, and Karl B. Putnam

Modelo para la planificación en la cadena de suministro: selección y asignación a proveedores en el caso de lotes fijos., Abraham Mendoza, Jose H. Ablanedo Rosas, and Alex J. Ruiz Torres

Traditional operational research and biologically motivated optimization models to predict multi-national Internet adoptions, Somnath Mukhopadhyay and Kallol Bagchi

The Accuracy of Non-traditional versus Traditional Methods of Forecasting Lumpy Demand, Somnath Mukhopadhyay, Alex J. Ruiz Torres, and Rafael S. Gutierrez

Forecasting Irregular and Lumpy Demands: Combining Alternative Approaches, Somnath Mukhopadhyay, Adriano Solis, and Rafael S. Gutierrez

Assessing Corporate Social Performance, K. Muralidhar, B. Ruf, and Peeter Kirs

Pricing and Inventory Decisions over a Product’s Life Span: A multiple period disocunt model, Ram Narasimhan, Srinivas Talluri, and Wenming Chung

Intermittent Demand Forecasting and Stock Control: An Empirical Study,”, L. Nicoletti, Adriano Solis, and Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Assessing Algorithms Performance by Frontier Analysis: A DEA Approach , C. Rego and Jose H. Ablanedo Rosas

Methods for pattern selection, class-specific feature selection and classification for automated learning, A. Roy; P. D. Mackin, P.D; and Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Brain-like Supervised Learning in Pattern Classification Using Linear Programming: An Overview and Practical Research Prospects, A. Roy and Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Supplier allocation model for textile reallocation operations, Alex J. Ruiz Torres, Jose H. Ablanedo Rosas, and Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Encyclopedia of Management 3rd Edition edited Detmar Straub, Barker Sandra and M A. Mahmood


Making the Smart Grid Work for Community Energy Delivery, Robert Sarfi, Michael Tow, and Leo A. Gemoets

Demystifying the Smart Grid of Tomorrow, Robert Sarfi, Mani Vadari, and Leo A. Gemoets

Employees’ Adherence to Information Security Policies: An Exploratory Field Study, Mikko Siponen and Seppo Pahnila

“Intermittent Demand Forecasting and Stock Control: An Empirical Study,” Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Modeling & Applied Simulation, Vienna, Austria, September 2012, 367-374., Adriano O. Solis and Somnath Mukhopadhyay