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  • Commercial simulation over the Web 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Huff, Brian; Palaniswamy, S. (IEEE, 1999-01)
    Modeling and simulation provide objective analysis tools for many fields including manufacturing. This paper presents the requirements and describes the usefulness of a Web-based interface to discrete-event simulation. A ...
  • Deep belief network based state classification for structural health diagnosis 

    Tamilselvan, Prasanna; Wang, Yibin; Wang, Pingfeng (IEEE, 2012)
    Effective health diagnosis provides multifarious benefits such as improved safety, improved reliability and reduced costs for the operation and maintenance of complex engineered systems. This paper presents a novel ...
  • Dynamic web-based configuration changes in a supply chain 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Krishnan, Krishna K.; Subbiah, Nishant; Agarwal, Ramesh K. (2000-06)
    An optimized supply chain is a source of competitive advantage. Supply chain design consists of two phases: initial design and on-going design. There is currently much in the literature regarding initial supply chain ...
  • Energy consumption of VA hospital CT scans 

    Esmaeili, Mohammad Amin; Jahromi, Ashkan S.; Twomey, Janet M.; Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram; Overcash, Michael; Elsken, Tyson; Dominquez, Fernando; Thomas, Nicholas; Mcadam, Ashlee (IEEE, 2011-05)
    The United States healthcare spending was about $7,681 per resident and accounted for 16.2% of the nation's GDP in 2008 and rose to compromise about 18% of the nation's GDP by 2010. As healthcare sector continues to grow ...
  • Environmental impacts of healthcare services: delivery of x-ray services 

    Esmaeili, Mohammad Amin; Twomey, Janet M.; Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram; Overcash, Michael; Jahromi, Ashkan S.; Thomas, Nicholas; Mcadam, Ashlee; Dominquez, Fernando (IEEE, 2011-05)
    THE healthcare sector of the U.S rose to compromise about 18% of the nation's GDP in 2010. In meeting patient needs healthcare organizations spend nearly $8.8 billion each year on energy. To achieve energy reduction, the ...
  • Hospital radiology department overhead energy estimation 

    Esmaeili, Mohammad Amin; Jahromi, Ashkan S.; Twomey, Janet M.; Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram; Overcash, Michael; Dominquez, Fernando; Thomas, Nicholas; Mcadam, Ashlee (IEEE, 2011-05)
    The interest in the energy management is found in every sector of the economy. This is true of the commercial sector which includes the healthcare industry. The focus of this study is on estimating the overhead energy ...
  • Interactive sequential goal programming 

    Masud, Abu S.M.; Hwang, C.L. (Palgrave Macmillan, 1981)
    This paper introduces a new solution method based on Goal Programming for Multiple Objective Decision Making (MODM) problems. The method, called Interactive Sequential Goal Programming (ISGP), combines and extends the ...
  • Modeling of gelation and vitrification points for polymer composites using shear rheometry 

    Alavi-Soltani, Seyed R.; Sabzevari, S.; Mousavi, A.; Minaie, Bob (Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering, 2009-05)
  • The needs and issues associated with representing and integrating multiple views of the enterprise 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Huff, Brian; Presley, Adrien (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998-01)
  • Probabilistic design of smart sensing functions for failure diagnostics and prognostics 

    Wang, Zequn; Wang, Pingfeng (American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., 2014-01-17)
    This paper presents a robust design framework to develop piezoelectric materials based structural sensing systems for failure diagnostics and prognostics. At first, a detectability measure is proposed to evaluate the ...
  • Probability of failure analysis and design using an efficient sequential sampling approach 

    Wang, Zequn; Wang, Pingfeng (American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., 2014-01-17)
    This paper presents a new efficient sequential sampling approach, referred to as maximum confidence enhancement (MCE) based sequential sampling, for failure probability analysis and design optimization using surrogate ...
  • Supply chain agent decision aid system (SCADAS) 

    Gupta, Amit; Agarwal, Ramesh K.; Whitman, Lawrence E. (IEEE, 2001)
    Supply chain decisions are improved with access to global information. However, supply chain partners are frequently hesitant to provide full access to all the information within an enterprise. A mechanism to make decisions ...
  • A taxonomy of a living model of the enterprise 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Ramachandran, K.; Ketkar, Vikram N. (IEEE, 2001-02)
    A designer has a choice of many models, methods, frameworks, and architectures. There is little consistency between these terms among researchers. Some of the most widely used architectures and frameworks are described ...
  • Team decision skills development with MBTI © step II 

    Nazaran, Parisa; Malzahn, Don E.; Whitman, Lawrence E.; Saatchi, Bahareh (ASEE, 2012-06)
    As part of an Engineer as Leader course, students learn to dynamically take leadership in problem solving teams when their unique skills, abilities, or knowledge can contribute to the shared objectives. Part of this ...
  • User interaction in a power-wall based virtual reality environment 

    Deligiannidis, L.; Whitman, Lawrence E. (IEEE, 2003-03-22)
    The Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department at Wichita State University is developing an integrated set of virtual reality models of a manufacturing line of Boeing Wichita. The purpose of this research is to ...
  • Virtual reality mega-case throughout the curriculum 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Madhavan, Viswanathan; Twomey, Janet M.; Malzahn, Don E.; Krishnan, Krishna K. (IEEE, 2002)
    Education will be revolutionized by the use of virtual reality. The Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department at Wichita State University along with industrial partners, Boeing, Cessna, Raytheon, Brittain Machine, ...
  • Virtual reality model to aid case learning 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Madhavan, Viswanathan; Malzahn, Don E.; Twomey, Janet M. (2002)
    Virtual reality can be used to configure and build detailed models of factories that can serve as the framework for the cases derived from real-life situations. Practicing process modeling and design using a “real-world” ...
  • Virtual reality: its usefulness for ergonomic analysis 

    Whitman, Lawrence E.; Jorgensen, Michael J.; Hathiyari, Kuresh; Malzahn, Don E. (IEEE, 2004-12)
    This paper presents the results of an effort to compare results of an experiment performed in both a virtual and a real environment. The research question addressed is if virtual reality is a suitable tool for performing ...