We kindly invite all participants of the 7h International Symposium and 29th National Conference on Operational Research, held in Chania, Greece from 14 to 16 June 2018 to submit their research papers at the Special Issue “Information and Communications Technology in Agriculture and Tourism” of the Int. J. of Decision Support Systems, Inderscience.
Date: February 19 – 21, 2019
Venue: Prague, Czech Republic
The aim of the ICBAI 2018 is to create a platform and facilitate knowledge sharing on advanced data analysis, business analytics, big data and business intelligence for distinguished academicians, practitioners and researchers from academia and industry.
Date: 15-16 December 2018
Venue: Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT), India
Disaster & Emergency Management is a critical concern for all sectors – all levels of government, global organizations (e.g., the United Nations and its various agencies), non-governmental organizations, and manufacturing and service industries.
Business Process Management combines knowledge from information technology and management science to create methods, techniques, and tools to support the design, enactment, management, and analysis of operational business processes
Today’s global competition and rapid development of information technology has led to the creation of massive amounts of data that are, moreover, exponentially increasing day by day.
This special issue welcomes contributions on information systems as enablers of innovation in the public sector, at the municipal, state or federal level, in any nation, and even between countries.
Computer modelling and simulation and are increasingly used to support decision-makers in developing, testing and implementing policies and strategies in real world business domains.
We are inviting papers, for a special issue of the Journal of the Operational Research Society (JORS) that focusses on Multi-Disciplinary Scheduling.
This special issue call for papers welcomes contributions that have the potential to provide insight on the orchestration of software development in contemporary digital ecosystems.
Since Hardin’s (1968) seminal article, theoretical reflections and empirical investigations on the commons’ governance and management have played a pivotal role in sustainability literature.