Publications of Harvey J. Greenberg

I have listed my publications in reverse chronological order in each of the following categories:
[Refereed Articles]   [ Unrefereed Articles and Book Chapters]   [ Books]  

Refereed Articles

  1. Quadratic Binary Programming Models in Computational Biology, Algorithmic Operations Research 3 (2008), 110-129 (with Richard J. Forrester). (Available as pdf file.)
  2. Robust Optimization of Contaminant Sensor Placement for Community Water Systems, Mathematical Programming, Series B 107 (2006), 337-356 (with R.D. Carr, W.E. Hart, G.Konjevod, E. Lauer, H. Lin, T. Morrison, and C.A. Phillips). (Available as pdf file.)
  3. Reconstruction and Functional Characterization of the Human Mitochondrial Metabolic Network Based on Proteomic and Biochemical Data, Journal of Biological Chemistry 279:38 (2004), 39532-39540 (with T.D. Vo and B.Ø. Palsson). (Available as pdf file.)
  4. Monte Carlo Sampling Can Be Used to Determine the Size and Shape of the Steady State Flux Space, Journal of Theoretical Biology 228:4 (2004) 437-47 (with S.J. Wiback, I. Famila, and B.Ø. Palsson). (Available as pdf file.)
  5. Opportunities for Combinatorial Optimization in Computational Biology, INFORMS Journal on Computing 16:3 (2004), 211-231 (with W.E. Hart and G. Lancia). (Available as pdf file.)
  6. A Multiple-Objective Analysis of Sensor Placement Optimization in Water Networks, in G. Sehlke, D.F. Hayes, and D.K. Stevens (Eds.), Proceedings of the World Water and Environment Resources Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, 2004, American Association of Civil Engineers (with W.E. Hart and J-P. Watson). (Available as pdf file.)
  7. Addressing Modelling Uncertainties in Sensor Placement for Community Water Systems, in G. Sehlke, D.F. Hayes, and D.K. Stevens (Eds.), Proceedings of the World Water and Environment Resources Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, 2004, American Association of Civil Engineers (with R. Carr, W.E. Hart, and C.A. Phillips). (Available as pdf file.)
  8. Analytic Centers and Repelling Inequalities, European Journal of Operational Research 143:2 (2002), 268-290 (with R.J. Caron and A.G. Holder). (Available as pdf file.)
  9. Simultaneous Primal-Dual Right-Hand-Side Sensitivity Analysis from a Strictly Complementary Solution of a Linear Program, SIAM Journal of Optimization 10:2 (2000) 427-442. (Available as pdf file.)
  10. Matrix Sensitivity Analysis from an Interior Solution of a Linear Program, INFORMS Journal on Computing 11:3 (1999) 316-327. (Available as pdf file.)
  11. On the Dimension of the Set of Rim Perturbations for Optimal Partition Invariance, SIAM Journal of Optimization 9:1 (1998), 207-216 (with A.G. Holder, C. Roos and T. Terlaky). (Available as pdf file.)
  12. An Annotated Bibliography for Post-solution Analysis in Mixed Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization, in Advances in Computational and Stochastic Optimization, Logic Programming, and Heuristic Search, D.L. Woodruff (ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, MA, 1998, 97-148. (Available as pdf file;   1999 update... bibtex file
  13. Possibilities of logically equivalent expressions, International Journal for Fuzzy Sets and Systems 86:2 (1997), 249-250. (Available as pdf file.)
  14. Consistency, redundancy and implied equalities in linear systems, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 17 (1996), 37-83. (Available here as pdf file.)
  15. The ANALYZE rulebase for supporting LP analysis, Annals of Operations Research 65 (1996), 91-126. (Available as pdf file.)
  16. A bibliography for the development of an intelligent mathematical programming system, Annals of Operations Research 65 (1996), 55-90. (Available here as pdf file.)
  17. A bibliography for the development of an intelligent mathematical programming system, ITORMS 1:1 (1996). (This is a descendant of the above printed copy.)
  18. Mathematical programming models for environmental quality control, Operations Research 43:4 (1995), 578-622. (Available as pdf file.)
  19. Analyzing the pooling problem, ORSA Journal on Computing 7:2 (1995), 205-217. (Available as pdf file.)
  20. Views of mathematical programming models and their instances, Decision Support Systems 13:1 (1995), 3-34 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  21. The use of the optimal partition in a linear programming solution for postoptimal analysis, Operations Research Letters 15:4 (1994), 179-185. (Available as pdf file.)
  22. Syntax-directed report writing in linear programming, European Journal of Operational Research 72:2 (1994), 300-311. (Available as pdf file.)
  23. How to analyze results of linear programs, Part 4: Forcing substructures, Interfaces 24:1 (1994), 121-130. (Available as pdf file.)
  24. How to analyze results of linear programs, Part 3: Infeasibility diagnosis, Interfaces 23:6 (1993), 120-139. (Available as pdf file.)
  25. How to analyze results of linear programs, Part 2: Price interpretation, Interfaces 23:5 (1993), 97-114. (Available as pdf file.)
  26. How to analyze results of linear programs, Part 1: Preliminaries, Interfaces 23:4 (1993), 56-67. (Available as pdf file.)
  27. Enhancements of ANALYZE: a computer-assisted analysis system for mathematical programming models and solutions, ACM Transactions On Mathematical Software 19:2 (1993), 233-256. (Available as pdf file.)
  28. Rule-based intelligence to support linear programming analysis, Decision Support Systems 9:4 (1993), 425-448. (Available as pdf file.)
  29. MODLER: Modeling by Object-Driven Linear Elemental Relations, Annals of Operations Research 38 (1992), 239-280. (Available as pdf file.)
  30. A comparison of mathematical programming modeling systems, Annals of Operations Research 38 (1992), 177-238 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  31. Intelligent analysis support for linear programs, Computers & Chemical Engineering 16:7 (1992), 659-674. (Available as pdf file.)
  32. An empirical analysis of diagnosing infeasible instances of linear programming blending models, IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Business & Industry 4 (1992), 163-210. (Available as pdf file.)
  33. Approaches to diagnosing infeasible linear programs, ORSA Journal on Computing 3:3 (1991), 253-261 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  34. RANDMOD: A system for randomizing modifications to an instance of a linear program, ORSA Journal on Computing 3:2 (1991), 173- 175. (Available as pdf file.)
  35. Neural networks and heuristic search, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 1 (1990), 75-95. (Available as pdf file.)
  36. Neural networks for an intelligent mathematical programming system, Proceedings of CSTS Symposium: Impacts of Recent Computer Advances on Operations Research, R. Sharda, B.L. Golden, E. Wasil, O. Balci and W. Stewart (eds.), Elsevier Science, 1989, 313-320. (Available as pdf file.)
  37. New approaches for heuristic search: bilateral linkage with operations research, European Journal of Operations Research 39:2 (1989), 119-130 (with F. Glover). (Available as pdf file.)
  38. Extensions of graph inversion to support an artificially intelligent modeling environment, Annals of Operations Research 21 (1989), 127-142 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  39. Equilibria of the brain-state-in-a-box (BSB) neural model, Journal of Neural Networks 1:4 (1988), 323-324. (Available as pdf file.)
  40. Validation of decision support systems, Proceedings of NATO ASI: Mathematical Models for Decision Support, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1988, 641-657. (Available as pdf file.)
  41. ANALYZE Rulebase, Proceedings of NATO ASI: Mathematical Models for Decision Support, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1988, 229-238. (Available as pdf file.)
  42. Logical testing for rule-base management, Annals of Operations Research 12 (1988), 199-215 (with F. Glover). (Available as pdf file.)
  43. Diagnosing infeasibility for min cost network flow models, Part II: primal infeasibility, IMA Journal of Mathematics in Applied Business and Industry 2 (1988), 39-50. (Available as pdf file.)
  44. Netforms provide powerful tools for enhancing the operations of expert systems, Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Golden, CO, 1987, 259-265 (with F. Glover). (Available as pdf file.)
  45. The development of an intelligent mathematical programming system, WORMSC Proceedings, Washington, D.C., November 1987.
  46. A natural language discourse model to explain linear programs, Decision Support Systems 33 (1987), 333-342. (Available as pdf file.)
  47. ANALYZE: A computer-assisted analysis system for linear programming models, Operations Research Letters 6:5(1987), 249- 255. (Available as pdf file.)
  48. Computer-assisted modeling and analysis of linear programming problems: towards a unified framework, IMA Journal of Mathematics in Management 2 (1987), 1-16 (with C. Lucas and G. Mitra). (Available as pdf file.)
  49. Diagnosing infeasibility for min cost network flow models, Part I: dual infeasibility, IMA Journal of Mathematics in Management 1 (1987), 99-110. (Available as pdf file.)
  50. Computer-assisted analysis for diagnosing infeasible or unbounded linear programs, Mathematical Programming Studies 31 (1987), 79-97. (Available as pdf file.)
  51. An analysis of degeneracy, Naval Logistics Research Quarterly 33 (1986), 635-655. (Available as pdf file.)
  52. Advanced basis construction for linear programs, Annals of Operations Research 5 (1985/6), 413-424. (Available as pdf file.)
  53. Computing market equilibria with price regulations using mathematical programming, Operations Research 33:5 (1985), 935-954 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  54. Signed graphs of netforms, Congressus Numerantium 44 (1984), 105- 115 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  55. Inverting signed graphs, SIAM Journal of Algebraic and Discrete Methods 5 (1984), 216-223 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  56. Inverting graphs of rectangular matrices, Discrete Applied Mathematics 8 (1984), 255-265 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  57. MIP tactics, in Mixed Integer Programming in Mathematical Programming Systems, NBS Special Joint Issue of ORSA/CSTS and MPS/COAL, 1984, 3-11.
  58. The inversion of 2-step graphs, Journal of Combinatorics, Information & System Sciences 8 (1983), 33-43 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  59. Rectangular matrices and signed graphs, SIAM Journal on Algebraic and Discrete Methods 4 (1983), 50-61 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  60. A functional description of ANALYZE: a computer-assisted analysis system for linear programming models, ACM Transactions On Mathematical Software 9 (1983), 18-56. (Available as pdf file.)
  61. A tutorial on computer-assisted analysis, in Advanced Techniques in the Practice of Operations Research, 1982, North-Holland, 212- 249.
  62. Representing supersparse matrices with perturbed values, Communications of ACM 24:6 (1981), 451-456 (with R.P. O'Neill). (Available as pdf file.)
  63. Graph-theoretic methods for the qualitative analysis of rectangular matrices, SIAM Journal on Algebraic and Discrete Methods 2 (1981), 227-239 (with J.R. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  64. Implementation aspects of model management: a focus on computer- assisted analysis, in Energy Policy Planning, Plenum Press, 1981, 443-459. (Available as pdf file.)
  65. Measuring complementarity and qualitative determinacy, in Computer-Assisted Analysis and Model Simplification, Academic Press, 1981, 497-522. (Available as pdf file.)
  66. Graph-theoretic foundations of computer-assisted analysis, in Computer-Assisted Analysis and Model Simplification, Academic Press, 1981, 481-495 (with J.L. Lundgren and J.S. Maybee). (Available as pdf file.)
  67. Implementation aspects of model management: A focus on computer- assisted analysis, in Computer-Assisted Analysis and Model Simplification, Academic Press, 1981, 455-479. (Available as pdf file.)
  68. The scope of computer-assisted analysis and model simplification, in Computer-Assisted Analysis and Model Simplification, Academic Press, 1981, 17-26. (Available as pdf file.)
  69. Modeling the national energy plan, Journal of the Operational Research Society 31 (1980), 965-973 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  70. Analyzing Alaskan gas distribution options, Energy Policy Modeling: United States and Canadian Experiences, vol. II (W.T. Ziemba and S.L. Schwartz, eds.), Nijhoff, 1980, 318-329. (Available as pdf file.)
  71. Enhancing Fortran to aid manipulation of large, structured matrices, NBS Journal of Research, series B 84 (1979), 21-50 (with J.E. Kalan). (Available as pdf file.)
  72. Validity as a measure of goodness, NBS Pub. 569: Energy Models Validation and Assessment, 1979 (S.I. Gass, ed.), 255-266 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  73. A new approach to analyze information contained in a model, NBS Pub. 569: Energy Models Validation and Assessment, 1979 (S.I. Gass, ed.), 517-524. (Available as pdf file.)
  74. A computational perspective of PIES, SHARE Proceedings, August 1977, Washington, DC, 2063-2078 (with R.P. O'Neill). (Available as pdf file.)
  75. On computing a buy/copy policy using the Pitt-Kraft model, Information Processing and Management 13 (1977), 125-134 (with D.H. Kraft). (Available as pdf file.)
  76. The one dimensional generalized Lagrange multiplier problem, Operations Research 25:2 (1977), 338-345. (Available as pdf file.)
  77. Representations of networks, National Computer Conference Proceedings, 1976, 939-943 (with J.E. Kalan). (Available as pdf file.)
  78. An exact update for Harris' tread, Mathematical Programming Study 4 (1976), 26-29 (with J.E. Kalan). (Available as pdf file.)
  79. Stability theorems for infinitely constrained mathematical programs, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 16 (1975), 409-428 (with W.P. Pierskalla). (Available as pdf file.)
  80. Determining GUB sets via an invert agenda algorithm, Mathematical Programming 7 (1975), 240-244 (with D.C. Rarick). (Available as pdf file.)
  81. Interpreting rate analysis, SIGMAP Bulletin 17 (1974), 33-37. (Available as pdf file.)
  82. An analysis of cut-off rules for optimization algorithms, IEEE Transactions: Systems, Man and Cybernetics 4 (1974), 108-112 (with L.W.T. Loh).
  83. A Lagrangian property of homogeneous programs, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 12 (1973), 99-102. (Available as pdf file.)
  84. Optimal weapons allocation with overlapping area defenses, Operations Research 21:6 (1973), 1291-1308 (with G.G. Furman). (Available as pdf file.)
  85. Quasi-conjugate functions and surrogate duality, Cahiers Centre Etudes de Recherche Operationelle 15 (1973), 437-448 (with W.P. Pierskalla).
  86. New tactics in solving catalyst regeneration problems and general resource allocation by dynamic programming, IEEE Transactions: Systems, Man and Cybernetics 3 (1973), 161-165. (Available as pdf file.)
  87. Bounding nonconvex programs by conjugates, Operations Research 21 (1973), 346-347. (Available as pdf file.)
  88. The generalized penalty-function/surrogate model, Operations Research 21:1 (1973), 162-178. (Available as pdf file.)
  89. Extensions of the Evans-Gould stability theorems for mathematical programs, Operations Research 20:1 (1972), 143-153 (with W.P. Pierskalla). (Available as pdf file.)
  90. A review of quasi-convex functions, Operations Research 19:7 (1971), 1553-1570 (with W.P. Pierskalla). (Available as pdf file.)
  91. The minimum number of subproblems to cover all problems, NBS Journal of Research, Series B: Mathematical Sciences 74 (1971), 245-249.
  92. Surrogate mathematical programming, Operations Research 18:5 (1970), 924-939 (with W.P. Pierskalla). (Available as pdf file.)
  93. Symmetric mathematical programs, Management Science 16:5 (1970), 309-312 (with W.P. Pierskalla). (Available as pdf file.)
  94. Generalized penalty function concepts in mathematical programming, Operations Research 18:2 (1970), 229-252 (with M. Bellmore and J.J. Jarvis). (Available as pdf file.)
  95. Multi-commodity disconnecting sets, Management Science 16:6 (1970), 427-433 (with M. Bellmore and J.J. Jarvis). (Available as pdf file.)
  96. An application of a Lagrangian penalty function to obtain optimal redundancy, Technometrics 12:3 (1970), 545-552. (Available as pdf file.)
  97. Dynamic programming with linear uncertainties, Operations Research 16 (1968), 675-678. (Available as pdf file.)
  98. The use of branching in dynamic programming for parametric analysis, Operations Research 15:5 (1967), 976-977. (Available as pdf file.)

Unrefereed Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Computational Biology, Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, S. Gass and Michael Fu (eds.), 3rd ed., Springer, to appear 2012 (with Allen Holder).
  2. Pathway Signatures, ERCIM News, July 2010, 12-13 (Available as pdf. file.)
  3. Computational Biology and Medical Applications, OR/MS Today, June 2009, 34-39 (with Allen Holder, Ming-Ying Leung and Russell Schwartz). (Available as pdf. file .)
  4. Preparing for the Democratic National Convention, OR/MS Today, February 2008. (Available as pdf.)
  5. Robust Optimization, Chapter 14 in Operations Research and Management Science Handbook, A.R. Ravindran (Ed.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2008 (with T. Morrison). (Available as pdf file)
  6. Representing Uncertainty in Decision Support, OR/MS Today, June 2007, 14-16. (Available as pdf file and reprint.)
  7. A Personal History of ICS, OR/MS Today 33:5 (October 2006), 38-42. (Available as pdf file.)
  8. The Role of Software in Optimization and Operations Research, Chapter 6.5 in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Oxford, UK, 2002. (Available as pdf file.)
  9. A Prospective on Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence: Problem solving = Modeling + Theorem proving, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 28 (2000), 17-20. (Available as pdf file.)
  10. Intelligent Mathematical Programming Software: Past, Present, and Future, Canadian Operational Research Society Bulletin 33:2 (1999), 14-28 (English and French), and INFORMS Computing Society Newsletter 20:1 (1999), 1-9 (with J.W. Chinneck).
  11. Linear Programming 1: Basic Principles, Chapter 3 in Advances in Sensitivity Analysis and Parametric Programming, T. Gal and H.J. Greenberg (eds), Kluwer Academic Press, 1997. (Available as pdf file.)
  12. Artificial Intelligence, Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, S.I. Gass and C.M. Harris (eds), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, MA (1996), 25-28. (Available as pdf file.)
  13. The Promise of OR is Helping to Solve Problems, ORSA Journal on Computing 6:3 (1994), 270-272 (with F.H. Murphy). (Available as pdf file.)
  14. A Bibliography for the Development of An Intelligent Mathematical Programming System, ORSA CSTS Newsletter 15:1 (1994), 21-38.
  15. Operations Research, The Encyclopedia of Computer Science, A. Ralston and E.D. Reilly (eds), van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992, 989-993 (with R.E. Nance).
  16. Promise Kept: A Research Partnership Between Academia and Industry Pays Dividends, OR/MS Today 19:2 (1992), 42-44 (reprinted in Operations Management Association Newsletter 6:2).
  17. An Industrial Consortium to Sponsor the Development of An Intelligent Mathematical Programming System, Interfaces 20:6 (1991), 88-93. (Available as pdf file.)
  18. The ORSA Journal on Computing, OR/MS Today 17:3 (1990), 54-55.
  19. Computational Testing: Why, How and How Much, ORSA Journal on Computing 2:1 (1990), 94-97. (Available as pdf file.)
  20. Intelligent user interfaces for mathematical programming, Proceedings of Shell Conference: Logistics: Where Ends have to Meet, C. Van Rijgn (ed.), Pergamon Press, 1989, 198-223.
  21. Interfaces Between Operations Research and Computer Science, OR/MS Today 15:5 (1988), 18-21. (Available as pdf file.)
  22. Pivot selection tactics, NATO ASI: Design and Implementation of Optimization Software, 1979, 143-174. (Available as pdf file.)
  23. A tutorial on matricial packing, NATO ASI: Design and Implementation of Optimization Software, 1979, 109-142. (Available as pdf file.)

Books

  1. Tutorials on Emerging Methodologies and Applications in Operations Research (ed.), Springer, 2004. (Table of Contents)
  2. A Simplified Introduction to LATEX,   CTAN and Samizdat Press (Last version
  3. Advances in Sensitivity Analysis and Parametric Programming (co-ed., with T. Gal) Kluwer Academic Press, 1997. (Table of Contents) This is now distributed by Springer.
  4. Mathematical Programming Glossary, INFORMS Computing Society, 1996-2006. (Current editor: Allen G. Holder.)
  5. Modeling by Object-Driven Linear Elemental Relations: A User's Guide for MODLER, Kluwer, 1993. (Table of Contents) This is now distributed by Springer.
  6. A Computer-Assisted Analysis System for Mathematical Programming Models and Solutions: A User's Guide for ANALYZE, Kluwer, 1993. (Table of Contents) This is now distributed by Springer.
  7. Mathematical Models for Decision Support (co-ed., with G. Mitra, F.A. Lootsma, M.J. Rijckaert and H-J. Zimmermann), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1988.
  8. Impacts of Microcomputers on Operations Research (co-ed.), American Elsevier (with S. Gass, K. Hoffman and W. Langley), 1986. (Table of Contents)
  9. Advanced Techniques in the Practice of Operations Research (co-ed.), North-Holland (with F.H. Murphy and S.H. Shaw), 1982. (Table of Contents)
  10. Computer-Assisted Analysis and Model Simplification (co-ed.), Academic Press (with J.S. Maybee), 1981. (Table of Contents)
  11. Design and Implementation of Optimization Software (ed.), Sijthoff & Noordhof, 1978. (Table of Contents)


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