Thomas Magnanti

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Sloan School of Management

Operations Research Center

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Research Area

#Computer science#Scheduling (computing)#Operations research#Approximation algorithm#Mathematics#Mathematical optimization#Algorithm#Engineering management#A priori and a posteriori#Service provider

SCIE paper information

Papers relevant to ‘Computer science’: 4

Research performance of SCIE papers matching with ‘Computer science’

Citations of SCIE papers SCIE papers 08k16k24k32k40k070140210280350420490560

*Papers published between 2014 and 2020 were selected, and the citation number was determined by bing.com.

  • Maintenance scheduling for modular systems: Modeling and algorithms

    2014/09 NAVAL RESEARCH LOGISTICS 0.723 Impact Factor 11 citations

    Retsef Levi, Thomas L. Magnanti, Jack Muckstadt, Danny Segev, Eric Zarybnisky

    DOI : 10.1002/NAV.21597

  • Scheduling with Testing

    2019/02 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3.935 Impact Factor 6 citations

    Retsef Levi, Thomas L. Magnanti, Yaron Shaposhnik

    DOI : 10.1287/MNSC.2017.2973

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Papers for author ‘Thomas Magnanti’: 5

Number of published SCIE papers by year

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H-index 3
Number of NCS papers 0

*Papers published between 2014 and 2020 were selected, and the citation number was determined by bing.com.

  • Beyond normality: A cross moment-stochastic user equilibrium model

    2015/11 TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B-METHODOLOGICAL 3.773 Impact Factor 27 citations

    Selin Damla Ahipaşaoğlu, Rudabeh Meskarian, Thomas L. Magnanti, Karthik Natarajan

    DOI : 10.1016/J.TRB.2015.01.005

  • Maintenance scheduling for modular systems: Modeling and algorithms

    2014/09 NAVAL RESEARCH LOGISTICS 0.723 Impact Factor 11 citations

    Retsef Levi, Thomas L. Magnanti, Jack Muckstadt, Danny Segev, Eric Zarybnisky

    DOI : 10.1002/NAV.21597

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