1. 1988a. Empirical Evaluation of a Queueing Network Model for Semiconductor Wafer FabricationOperations Research, 36, 202-215, (with H. Chen, J.M. Harrison, A. Mandelbaum, and A. van Ackere).
  2. 1988b. Scheduling Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication, IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, 1, 115-130.
  3. 1989a. Capacity Allocation in Generalized Jackson NetworksOperations Research Letters, 8, 143-146.
  4. 1989b. Scheduling Networks of Queues: Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Simple Open NetworkQueueing Systems, 5, 265-280, (with J. M. Harrison).
  5. 1990a. Optimal Control of a Two-Station Brownian NetworkMathematics of Operations Research, 15, 215-242.
  6. 1990b. Scheduling Networks of Queues: Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Two-Station Closed NetworkOperations Research, 38, 1052-1064, (with J.M. Harrison).
  7. 1990c. Scheduling Networks of Queues: Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Two-Station Network With Controllable InputsOperations Research, 38, 1065-1078.
  8. 1991a. Brownian Networks With Discretionary RoutingOperations Research, 39, 322-340.
  9. 1991b. Due-Date Setting and Priority Sequencing in a Multiclass M/G/1 QueueManagement Science, 37, 834-850.
  10. 1991c. The Impact of Processing Time Knowledge on Dynamic Job Shop SchedulingManagement Science, 37, 1002-1014, (with J. Ou).
  11. 1992a. On the Relationship Between Yield and Cycle Time in Semiconductor Wafer FabricationIEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing ,5, 156-158.
  12. 1992b. Performance Bounds for Scheduling Queueing NetworksAnnals of Applied Probability, 2, 460-480, (with J. Ou).
  13. 1992c. A Broader View of the Job Shop Scheduling ProblemManagement Science, 38, 1018-1033, (with P. B. Chevalier).
  14. 1992d. Scheduling Networks of Queues: Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Multistation Network with Controllable InputsOperations Research, 40, S312-S334.
  15. 1992e. Dynamic Scheduling of a Multiclass Make-to-Stock QueueOperations Research, 40, 724-735.
  16. 1992f. On the Improvement from Scheduling a Two-Station Queueing Network in Heavy TrafficOperations Research Letters 11, 225-232, (with J. Ou).
  17. 1992g. A Product Design Problem in Semiconductor ManufacturingOperations Research, 40, 986-998, (with F. Avram).
  18. 1992h. Monotone Control of Queueing NetworksQueueing Systems, 12, 391-408, (with M. H. Veatch).
  19. 1993a. Scheduling Networks of Queues: Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Multistation Closed NetworkOperations Research, 41, 743-758, (with P. B. Chevalier).
  20. 1994a. Optimal Control of a Two-Station Tandem Production/Inventory SystemOperations Research, 42, 337-350, (with M. H. Veatch).
  21. 1994b. Scheduling Networks of Queues: Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Bi-Criteria Problem, Chapter 7 of Stochastic Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing System, Ed. David D. Yao, Springer-Verlag, New York.
  22. 1995a. Dynamic Scheduling of a Production/Inventory System with By-Products and Random YieldManagement Science, 41, 1000-1017, (with J. Ou).
  23. 1996a. Sequential Screening in Semiconductor Manufacturing, I: Exploiting Spatial DependenceOperations Research, 44, 173-195, (with M. D. Longtin and R. E. Welsch).
  24. 1996b. Sequential Screening in Semiconductor Manufacturing, II: Exploiting Lot-to-Lot VariabilityOperations Research, 44, 196-205, (with J. Ou).
  25. 1996c. Setting Base Stock Levels Using Product-form Queueing NetworksManagement Science ,42, 259-268, (with R. Rubio).
  26. 1996d. Pooled Testing for HIV Screening: Capturing the Dilution EffectOperations Research, 44, 543-569, (with S.A. Zenios).
  27. 1996e. Scheduling a Make-to-Stock Queue: Index Policies and Hedging PointsOperations Research, 44, 634-647, (with M. H. Veatch).
  28. 1996f. Heavy Traffic Analysis of a Transportation Network ModelJournal of Applied Probability, 33, 870-885, (with W. B. Peterson).
  29. 1997a. Dynamic Multidrug Therapies for HIV: A Control-Theoretic ApproachJournal of Theoretical Biology, 185, 15-29, (with S. A. Zenios and M. A. Nowak).
  30. 1997b. Inspection for Circuit Board AssemblyManagement Science, 43, 1198-1213, (with P. B. Chevalier).
  31. 1998a. Mathematical Analysis of Antiretroviral Therapy Aimed at HIV-1 Eradication or Maintenance of Low Viral LoadsJournal of Theoretical Biology, 192, 81-98, (with R. M. D’Amato and A. S. Perelson).
  32. 1998b. Pooled Testing for HIV Seroprevalence Estimation: Exploiting the Dilution EffectStatistics in Medicine, 17, 1447-1467, (with S. A. Zenios).
  33. 1998c. Dynamic Scheduling of a Two-Class Queue with SetupsOperations Research, 46, 532-547, (with M. I. Reiman).
  34. 1998d. A Dynamic Stochastic Stock Cutting ProblemOperations Research, 46, 690-701, (with E. V. Krichagina, R. Rubio and M. I. Taksar).
  35. 1998e. Management of Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV Infection: Modelling When to Change TherapyAntiviral Therapy, 3, 147-158, (with R. M. D’Amato and R.A. D’Aquila).
  36. 1999a. Evidence-based Organ AllocationAmerican Journal of Medicine, 107, 52-61, (with S. A. Zenios and G. B. Chertow).
  37. 1999b. Heavy Traffic Analysis of Polling Systems in TandemOperations Research, 47, 524-534, (with M. I. Reiman).
  38. 1999c. Heavy Traffic Analysis of the Dynamic Stochastic Inventory-Routing ProblemTransportation Research, 33, 361-380, (with R. Rubio and M. I. Reiman).
  39. 2000a. The Stochastic Economic Lot Scheduling Problem: Heavy Traffic Analysis of Dynamic Cyclic PoliciesOperations Research, 48, 136-154, (with D. M. Markowitz and M. I. Reiman).
  40. 2000b. Dynamic Allocation of Kidneys to Candidates on the Transplant Waiting ListOperations Research, 48, 549-569, (with S. A. Zenios).
  41. 2000c. Dynamic Optimization of a Linear-Quadratic Model with Incomplete Repair and Volume-Dependent Sensitivity and RepopulationInternational Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics, 47, 1073-1083, (with J. E. Cohen and J. T. Wu).
  42. 2000d. Management of Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV Infection: Analyzing When to Change TherapyManagement Science, 46, 1200-1213, (with ft. M. D’Amato and R.A. D’Aquila).
  43. 2000e. Inventory Management of Remanufacturable ProductsManagement Science, 46, 1412-1426, (with L. B. Toktay and S. A. Zenios).
  44. 2001a. Heavy Traffic Analysis of Dynamic Cyclic Policies: A Unified Treatment of the Single Machine Scheduling ProblemOperations Research, 49, 246-270, (with D.M. Markowitz).
  45. 2001b. Estimation of Replicative Senescence via a Population Dynamics Model of Cells in CultureExperimental Gerentology, 36, 79-88, (with J. T. Wu).
  46. 2001c. Modeling and Analysis of a Virus that Replicates Selectively in Tumor CellsBulletin of Mathematical Biology, 63, 731-768, (with J. T. Wu, H. M. Byrne and D.H. Kirn).
  47. 2001d. Analysis of a Forecasting-Production-Inventory System with Stationary DemandManagement Science, 47, 1268-1281, (with L. B. Toktay).
  48. 2001e. A Simple and Effective Component Procurement Policy for Stochastic Assembly SystemsQueueing Systems, 38, 221-248, (with J. Gallien).
  49. 2001f. Analysis and Comparison of Multimodal Cancer TreatmentsIMA Journal of Applied Mathematics in Medicine and Biology, 18, 343-376, (with D. R. Beil).
  50. 2002a. Sequencing Surgery, Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy: Insights From a Mathematical Analysis, Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 74, 279-286, (with D. R. Beil).
  51. 2002b. Emergency Response to a Smallpox Attack: The Case for Mass VaccinationProceedings of the National Academy of Science, 99, 10935-10940, (with E. H. Kaplan and D. L. Craft).
  52. 2002c. A Mathematical Model of the the Impact of Novel Treatments on the Aβ Burden in the Alzheimer’s Brain, CSF and PlasmaBulletin of Mathematical Biology, 64, 1011-1031, (with D. L. Craft and D. J. Selkoe).
  53. 2002d. A Mathematical Model of the Impact of Infused Cytotoxic Agents on Brain Tumors: Implications for Detection, Design and DeliveryCell Proliferation, 35, 343-361, (with J. T. Wu, A. G. Ianculescu and R. K. Puri).
  54. 2002e. Hepatic Arterial Infusion of a Replication-selective Oncolytic Adenovirus (dl1520): Phase II Viral, Immunologic, and Clinical EndpointsCancer Research, 62, 6070-6079, (with T. Reid, E. Galanis, J. Abbruzzese, D. Sze, J. Andrews, B. Randlev, C. Heise, M. Uprichard, M. Hatfield, L. Rome, J. Rubin and D. Kirn).
  55. 2003a. Smallpox Eradication in West and Central Africa: Surveillance-Containment or Herd Immunity?Epidemiology 14, 90-92, (with E. H. Kaplan).
  56. 2003b. Emergency Response to Anthrax AttackProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100, 4346-4351, (with D. L. Craft and E. H. Kaplan). CommentaryPress Conference
  57. 2003c. Analysis of a Decentralized Production-Inventory SystemManufacturing & Services Operations Management, 5, 1-17, (with R. Caldentey).
  58. 2003d. Validation and Analysis of a Mathematical Model of a Replication-competent Oncolytic Virus for Cancer Treatment: Implications for Virus Design and DeliveryCancer Research, 63, 1317-1324 (with J. T. Wu and D. H. Kirn).
  59. 2003e. Optimal Scheduling of Radiotherapy and Angiogenic InhibitorsBulletin of Mathematical Biology, 65, 407-424, (with A. Ergun and K. Camphausen).
  60. 2003f. Smallpox Bioterror Response (a Letter)Science, 300, 1503-1505, (with E. H. Kaplan).
  61. 2003g. Detecting a Bioterror Attack by Screening Blood Donors: A Best-case AnalysisEmerging Infectious Diseases, 9, 909-914, (with E. H. Kaplan, C. A. Patton and W. P. FitzGerald).
  62. 2003h. Analyzing Bioterror Response Logistics: The Case of SmallpoxMathematical Biosciences, 185, 33-72, (with E. H. Kaplan and D. L. Craft).
  63. 2003i.  An Inverse-Optimization-Based Auction Mechanism to Support a Multiattribute RFQ ProcessManagement Science, 49, 1529-1545, (with D. R. Beil).
  64. 2004a. Analysis of a Three-way Race Between Tumor Growth, a Replication-competent Virus and an Immune ResponseBulletin of Mathematical Biology, 66, 605-625 (with J. T. Wu and D. H. Kirn).
  65. 2004b. Decision Making for Bioterror Preparedness: Examples from Smallpox Vaccination Policy, Chapter 20 in Handbook of OR/MS Applications in Health Care, Eds. F. Sainfort, M. Brandeau, and W. Pierskalla, Kluwer Publishers (with E. H. Kaplan).
  66. 2004c. The Impact of Novel Treatments on Aβ Burden in Alzheimer’s Disease: Insights from a Mathematical Model, Chapter 32 in Handbook of OR/MS Applications in Health Care, Eds., F. Sainfort, M. Brandeau and W. Pierskalla, Kluwer Publishers (with D. L. Craft and D. J. Selkoe).
  67. 2005a. Evaluation of a HEPA/Vaccine Plan for Indoor Remediation After an Airborne Anthrax Attack, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 11, 69-76 (with Y. Liu and T. J. Leighton).
  68. 2005b. Modeling and Analysis of Protein Design Under Resource Constraints,  Journal of Computational Biology, 12, 247-282, (with Y. Nov).
  69. 2005c. A Smart Market for Industrial Procurement with Capacity ConstraintsManagement Science 51, 76-91, (with J. Gallien).
  70. 2005d. Using Fingerprint Image Quality to Improve the Identification Performance of the U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology ProgramPNAS, 102, 7772-7775, (with M. Beveja).
  71. 2005e. Analyzing Bioterror Response Logistics: The Case of AnthraxManagement Science, 51, 679-694, (with D. L. Craft and A. H. Wilkins).
  72. 2005f. Analyzing a Bioterror Attack on the Food Supply: The Case of Botulinum Toxin in Milk,  PNAS 102, 9984–9989, (with Y. Liu).
  73. 2005g. Optimization of Influenza Vaccine SelectionOperations Research, 53, 456-476, (with J. T. Wu and A. S. Perelson).
  74. 2005h. Evaluation of Public Health Interventions for Anthrax: a Report to the Secretary’s Council on Public Health PreparednessBiosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 3, 348-356 (with D. L. Craft).
  75. 2006a.  Preventing Catastrophic Chemical AttacksIssues in Science & Technology, 23, 1, 31-33.
  76. 2006b.  Preventing the Importation of Illicit Nuclear Materials in Shipping ContainersRisk Analysis, 26, 1377-1393. (with A. H. Wilkins, M. Baveja and S. E. Flynn). Appendix
  77. 2006c. Revenue Management of a Make-to-Stock QueueOperations Research, 54, 859-875, (with R. Caldentey).
  78. 2007a. Analyzing the Control of Mosquito-Borne Diseases by a Dominant Lethal Genetic System,  PNAS, 104, 9540–9545, (with M. P. Atkinson, Z. Su, N. Alphey, L. S. Alphey, and P. Coleman).
  79. 2007b. The Last Line of Defense: Designing Radiation Detection-Interdiction Systems to Protect Cities From a Nuclear Terrorist Attack, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 54, 3, 654-669, (with M. P. Atkinson).
  80. 2007c. The Optimal Spatiotemporal Deployment of Radiation Portal Monitors Can Improve Nuclear Detection at Overseas PortsScience & Global Security, 15, 211-233 (with Y. Liu, Z. Cao and S. E. Flynn).
  81. 2008a. A Queueing Analysis to Determine How Many Additional Beds Are Needed for the Detention and Removal of Illegal AliensManagement Science, 54, 1-15, (with Y. Liu).
  82. 2008b. Spatial Queueing Analysis of an Interdiction System to Protect Cities From a Nuclear Terrorist AttackOperations Research, 56, 247-254, (with M. P. Atkinson).
  83. 2008c. Quantifying the Routes of Transmission for Pandemic Influenza,  Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 70, 820-867, (with M. P. Atkinson).
  84. 2008d. Optimal Stopping Analysis of a Radiation Detection System to Protect Cities From a Nuclear Terrorist AttackRisk Analysis, 28, 353-371, (with M. P. Atkinson and Z. Cao).
  85. 2008e. Mathematically Assessing the Consequences of Food Terrorism ScenariosJournal of Food Science 73, M346-M353 (with Y. Liu).
  86. 2009a. A Pooling Analysis of Two Simultaneous Online AuctionsManufacturing & Service Operations Management, 11, pp. 33–51 (with D. R. Beil).
  87. 2009b. Analyzing the Homeland Security of the U.S.-Mexico BorderRisk Analysis, 29, 699-713, (with Y. Liu and A. Motskin).
  88. 2009c. Space Debris: Assessing Risk and ResponsibilityAdvances in Space Research, 43, 1372–1390, (with A. M. Bradley).
  89. 2009d. Assessing Infection Control Measures for Pandemic InfluenzaRisk Analysis, 29, 949-962, (with M. P. Atkinson).
  90. 2009e. Homeland Security: From Mathematical Models to ImplementationOperations Research, 57, 801-811.
  91. 2009f. A Dynamic Model for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Among U.S. Troops in Operation Iraqi FreedomManagement Science, 55, 1454–1468, (with M. P. Atkinson and A. Guetz).
  92. 2009g. An Effective Two-finger, Two-stage Biometric Strategy for the US-VISIT ProgramOperations Research, 57, 1068–1081, (with M. Baveja).
  93. 2010a. An Overlapping Networks Approach to Resource Allocation for Domestic CounterterrorismStudies in Conflict & Terrorism, 33(7), 618 – 651 (with M. P. Atkinson).
  94. 2010b. Analyzing Evacuation Versus Shelter-in-Place Strategies After a Terrorist Nuclear Detonation , Risk Analysis, 30, 1315-1327 (with Y. Choi and S. Denuit).
  95. 2010c. Asymptotic Biometric Analysis for Large Gallery SizesIEEE Transactions on Information Forensics & Security, 5(4), 955-964, (with M. Baveja and H. Yuan).
  96. 2012a. A Novel Allocation Strategy for Blood Transfusions: Investigating the Tradeoff Between the Age and Availability of Transfused BloodTransfusion, 52, 108-11 (with M.P. Atkinson, M.J. Fontaine and L.T. Goodnough).
  97. 2012b. Assessing Screening Policies for Childhood ObesityObesity, 20, 1437-1443, (with Y. Yang and J.D Goldhaber-Fiebert).
  98. 2013a. Ready-to-Use Food-Allocation Policy to Reduce the Effects of Childhood Undernutrition in Developing CountriesPNAS, 110, 4545-4550, (with Y. Yang and J.V. Broeck).
  99. 2013b. Analyzing Screening Policies for Childhood ObesityManagement Science, 59, 782-795, (with Y. Yang and J.D Goldhaber-Fiebert).
  100. 2014a. Using Spatial, Temporal and Evidence-status Data to Improve Ballistic Imaging PerformanceJournal of Forensic Sciences, 59, 103-111, (with Y. Yang, A. Koffman and G. Hocherman).
  101. 2014b. Analyzing Personalized Policies for Online Biometric VerficationPLOS ONE 9, e94087, (with A. Sadhwani and Y. Yang).
  102. 2014c. Quantifying and Exploiting the Age Dependence in the Effect of Supplementary Food for Child UndernutritionPLOS ONE 9: e99632, (with M. Lakkam, S. Wager, and P. Wise).
  103. 2015a. Analysing the Nutrition-Disease Nexus: The Case of MalariaMalaria Journal,14, 479, (with M. Lakkam).
  104. 2015b. Assessing Risk-based Policies for Pretrial Release and Split Sentencing in Los Angeles County JailsPLOS ONE 10(12): e0144967, (with M. Usta).
  105. 2015c. Optimal Screening and Donor Management in a Public Stool BankMicrobiome, 3, 75, (with A. Kazerouni, J. Burgess and L. Burns).
  106. 2016a. Assessing the Impact of U.S. Food Assistance Delivery Policies on Child Mortality in Northern Kenya , PLOS ONE 11(12): e0168432, (with A. Nikulkov, C. Barrett  and A. Mude).
  107. 2017a. Exploring the Efficacy of Pooled Stools in Fecal Microbiota Transplantation for Microbiota-Associated Chronic DiseasesPLOS ONE 12, 1: e0163956, (with A. Kazerouni).
  108. 2017b. Optimizing Ballistic Imaging Operations,  Journal of Forensic Sciences, 62, 1188-1196, (with C. Wang and M. Beggs-Cassin).
  109. 2018a. Analyzing Approaches to the Backlog of Untested Sexual Assault Kits in the U.S.A.Journal of Forensic Sciences, 63, 1110-1121, (with C. Wang).
  110. 2018b. A Simple Way to Maximize the Number of Hits From Ballistic Imaging When Processing Capacity is Limited,  AFTE Journal, 50, 3, 175-178, (with C. Wang and M. Beggs-Cassin).
  111. 2018c. A Continuous-class Queueing Model With Proportional Hazards-based Routing, submitted for publication(with N. Master, M. Reiman and C. Wang).
  112. 2020b. A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the Number of Samples to Collect and Test From a Sexual Assault, first published June 1 2020,  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, ( with Z. Wang,  K. MacMillan, M. Powell,  L. Wein ).
  113. 2020c. No Detectable Surge in SARS-CoV-2 Transmission Attributable to the April 7, 2020 Wisconsin Election, August 2020,  American Journal of Public Health, (with K. Lueng, J. Wu, L. Wein).
  114. 2021a. Best arm identification in generalized linear bandits May 2021, Operations Research Letters, Vol. 49, Issue 3, Pages 365–371 (with A. Kazerouni). (longer version)
  115. 2022a. Asymptotically Optimal Control of a Centralized Dynamic Matching Market with General Utilities, to appear in Operations Research, (with J. Blanchet, M. Reiman, V. Shah, and L. Wu).
  116. 2022b. Analysis of the genealogy process in forensic genetic genealogy, to appear in Journal of Forensic Sciences, (with M. S. Ertürk, C. Fitzpatrick, and M. Press).