Dan L. Shunk
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A stochastic AHP decision making methodology for imprecise preferences.
Inf. Sci., 2014
An intelligent decomposition of pairwise comparison matrices for large-scale decisions.
European Journal of Operational Research, 2014
Reducing the risk of requirements volatility: findings from an empirical survey.
Journal of Software Maintenance, 2011
Petri Net Translation Patterns for the Analysis of eBusiness Collaboration Messaging Protocols.
IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A, 2009
Understanding the effects of requirements volatility in software engineering by using analytical modeling and software process simulation.
Journal of Systems and Software, 2009
A compact abstraction of manufacturing nodes in a supply network.
AIDEA: a methodology for supplier evaluation and selection in a supplier-based manufacturing environment.
Decision Paradigms in the Semiconductor Supply Chain: A Survey and Analysis.
Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, 2007
A Distributed Information System Architecture for Collaborative Design.
Proceedings of the Integrated Intelligent Systems for Engineering Design, 2006
Matching indirect procurement process with different B2B e-procurement systems.
Computers in Industry, 2004
A hybrid approach using the analytic hierarchy process and integer programming to screen weapon systems projects.
IEEE Trans. Engineering Management, 2003
The application of an integrated enterprise modeling methodology - FIDO - to supply chain integration modeling.
Computers & Industrial Engineering, 2003
Manufacturing supply chain applications 2: parameterization of fast and accurate simulations for complex supply networks.
Proceedings of the 34th Winter Simulation Conference: Exploring New Frontiers, 2002
Behavioral characterization: finding and using the influential factors in software process simulation models.
Journal of Systems and Software, 2001
The cluster growth methodology and case study.
An improved methodology for evaluating the producibility of partially specified part designs.
Int. J. Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 1998