Mark Alan Lawley
Mark Alan Lawley
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Texas A&M
Verified email at tamu.edu
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Executing production schedules in the face of uncertainties: A review and some future directions
H Aytug, MA Lawley, K McKay, S Mohan, R Uzsoy
European Journal of Operational Research 161 (1), 86-110, 2005
8132005
Residual-life distributions from component degradation signals: A Bayesian approach
NZ Gebraeel, MA Lawley, R Li, JK Ryan
IiE Transactions 37 (6), 543-557, 2005
6972005
Residual life predictions from vibration-based degradation signals: a neural network approach
N Gebraeel, M Lawley, R Liu, V Parmeshwaran
IEEE Transactions on industrial electronics 51 (3), 694-700, 2004
5182004
A stochastic overbooking model for outpatient clinical scheduling with no-shows
K Muthuraman, M Lawley
IIE Transactions 40 (9), 820-837, 2008
3202008
Polynomial-complexity deadlock avoidance policies for sequential resource allocation systems
SA Reveliotis, MA Lawley, PM Ferreira
IEEE transactions on automatic control 42 (10), 1344-1357, 1997
2251997
A neural network degradation model for computing and updating residual life distributions
NZ Gebraeel, MA Lawley
IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering 5 (1), 154-163, 2008
2192008
Clinic scheduling models with overbooking for patients with heterogeneous no-show probabilities
B Zeng, A Turkcan, J Lin, M Lawley
Annals of Operations Research 178 (1), 121-144, 2010
2082010
Effects of clinical characteristics on successful open access scheduling
R Kopach, PC DeLaurentis, M Lawley, K Muthuraman, L Ozsen, R Rardin, ...
Health care management science 10 (2), 111-124, 2007
1892007
A neural network integrated decision support system for condition-based optimal predictive maintenance policy
S Wu, N Gebraeel, MA Lawley, Y Yih
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and …, 2007
1842007
A correct and scalable deadlock avoidance policy for flexible manufacturing systems
MA Lawley, SA Reveliotis, PM Ferreira
IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation 14 (5), 796-809, 1998
1771998
Using no-show modeling to improve clinic performance
J Daggy, M Lawley, D Willis, D Thayer, C Suelzer, PC DeLaurentis, ...
Health informatics journal 16 (4), 246-259, 2010
1692010
Sequential clinical scheduling with patient no-shows and general service time distributions
S Chakraborty, K Muthuraman, M Lawley
IIE Transactions 42 (5), 354-366, 2010
1512010
Deadlock avoidance for production systems with flexible routing
MA Lawley
IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation 15 (3), 497-509, 1999
1401999
Deadlock avoidance for sequential resource allocation systems: Hard and easy cases
M Lawley, S Reveliotis
International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 13 (4), 385-404, 2001
1352001
Chemotherapy operations planning and scheduling
A Turkcan, B Zeng, M Lawley
IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering 2 (1), 31-49, 2012
1172012
Applying systems engineering principles in improving health care delivery
R Kopach-Konrad, M Lawley, M Criswell, I Hasan, S Chakraborty, J Pekny, ...
Journal of general internal medicine 22 (3), 431-437, 2007
1152007
Design guidelines for deadlock-handling strategies in flexible manufacturing systems
M Lawley, S Reveliotis, P Ferreira
International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 9 (1), 5-30, 1997
1031997
The application and evaluation of banker's algorithm for deadlock-free buffer space allocation in flexible manufacturing systems
M Lawley, S Reveliotis, P Ferreira
International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 10 (1), 73-100, 1998
971998
Robust supervisory control policies for manufacturing systems with unreliable resources
MA Lawley, W Sulistyono
IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation 18 (3), 346-359, 2002
912002
Allocating security resources to a water supply network
J Qiao, D Jeong, M Lawley, JPP Richard, DM Abraham, Y Yih
IIE Transactions 39 (1), 95-109, 2007
892007
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