Logistics and Management Mathematics Group (LMMG)
Recent Research Student Dissertations Completed
Efficient Resource Planning in a Medical Assessment Unit Using Goal Programming and Simulation.
PhD thesis, John Paul Oddoye, completed in February 2006.
Development of Algorithms for Multi-Objective Evolutionary Optimisation.
PhD thesis, Jonathan W. Large, completed in December 2005.
Optimal Control of Execution of Block Trading and Transaction Costs.
PhD thesis, Richard Treloar, (EPSRC Maths Pool Award), completed in September 2000.
Goal Programming and its Extensions for Portfolio Problems.
PhD thesis, Zulkifli Mohd-Nopiah, completed in July 1998.
Diet Planning using Goal Programming and Integer Goal Programming.
PhD thesis, Harsida Patel, completed in May 1998.
Investigation and Development of Efficient Integer and Integer Goal Programming Systems.
PhD thesis, Keyvan Mirrazavi, completed in December 1997.
The Investigation and Development of an Intelligent Linear, Integer and Goal Programming Modelling System.
PhD thesis. Simon Mardle, (University Bursary) completed in March 1996.
Selection of an Efficient Portfolio using Goal Programming.
MPhil thesis, Rishma Hasham, completed in December 1995.
Design and Development of an Intelligent Goal Programming System.
PhD thesis, Dylan F Jones, (EPSRC/NAG Case Studentship) completed in July 1995.