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Selected Bibliography for Burhaneddin Sandikçi
Associate Professor of Operations Management

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"Alleviating the Patient's Price of Privacy through a Partially Observable Waiting List." Burhaneddin Sandikçi, Lisa M. Maillart, Andrew J. Schaefer and Mark S. Roberts; Management Science, 2013, 59(8), pp. 1836-54.

"On Parallelizing Dual Decomposition in Stochastic Integer Programming." Miles Lubin, Kipp Martin, Cosmin G. Petra and Burhaneddin Sandikçi; Operations Research Letters, 2013, 41(3), pp. 252-58.

"A Hierarchy of Bounds for Stochastic Mixed-Integer Programs." Burhaneddin Sandikçi, Nan Kong and AndrewJ Schaefer; Mathematical Programming, 2013, 138(1-2), pp. 253-72.

"Reduction of a POMDP to an MDP," Burhaneddin Sandikçi, in J. J. Cochran, L. A. Cox, P. Keskinocak, J. P. Kharoufeh and J. C. Smith: Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science.; Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010, pp.

Estimating the Price of Privacy in Liver Transplantation; Burhaneddin Sandikçi; Ph.D Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 2008.

"Estimating the Patient's Price of Privacy in Liver Transplantation." Burhaneddin Sandikçi, Lisa M. Maillart, Andrew J. Schaefer, Oguzhan Alagoz and Mark S. Roberts; Operations Research, 2008, 56(6), pp. 1393-410.

"Analysis of the Behavior of the Transient Period in Non-Terminating Simulations." Burhaneddin Sandikçi and Ihsan Sabuncuoglu; European Journal of Operational Research, 2006, 173(1), pp. 252-67.

"Warm-up Period Behavior in Steady-State Simulations," Burhaneddin Sandikçi and Ihsan Sabuncuoglu, in M. B. Durmusoglu, C. Kahraman, M. I. Dessouky, G. A. Süer and S. Eid: 35th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering. Istanbul: Istanbul Technical University, 2005, pp. 1681-86


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