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EOR
2010
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8 years 1 months ago
Combining integer programming and the randomization method to schedule employees
: We describe a method to find low cost shift schedules with a time-varying service level that is always above a specified minimum. Most previous approaches used a two-step procedu...
Armann Ingolfsson, Fernanda Campello, Xudong Wu, E...
ICSEA
2009
IEEE
8 years 2 months ago
Integrating IT Service Management within the Enterprise Architecture
-- Published work in the IT services area is generally centered on the description of management best practices or specific technological issues. There is a lack of empirical studi...
Anacleto Correia, Fernando Brito e Abreu
ANOR
2004
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8 years 4 months ago
Call Center Staffing with Simulation and Cutting Plane Methods
We present an iterative cutting plane method for minimizing staffing costs in a service system subject to satisfying acceptable service level requirements over multiple time perio...
Júlíus Atlason, Marina A. Epelman, S...
IJIEM
2007
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8 years 4 months ago
Supporting the design of service contracts with interaction models
: A service contract typically specifies the service level, i.e., the quality parameters of the service to be performed. In addition to this static part, there is also the need to ...
Peter Rittgen
MANSCI
2008
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8 years 4 months ago
Optimizing Call Center Staffing Using Simulation and Analytic Center Cutting-Plane Methods
We consider the problem of minimizing staffing costs in an inbound call center, while maintaining an acceptable level of service in multiple time periods. The problem is complicat...
Júlíus Atlason, Marina A. Epelman, S...
JCM
2006
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8 years 4 months ago
Distributed Admission Control in Multiservice IP Networks: Concurrency Issues
In distributed admission control (AC) schemes, handling concurrent AC decisions assumes a relevant role in avoiding over or false acceptance and, consequently, service quality degr...
Solange Rito Lima, Paulo Carvalho, Vasco Freitas
EOR
2010
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8 years 4 months ago
Pricing surplus server capacity for mean waiting time sensitive customers
Resources including various assets of supply chains, face random demand over time and can be shared by others. We consider an operational setting where a resource is shared by two...
Sudhir K. Sinha, N. Rangaraj, N. Hemachandra
CLUSTER
2008
IEEE
8 years 4 months ago
Translating Service Level Objectives to lower level policies for multi-tier services
Service providers and their customers agree on certain quality of service guarantees through Service Level Agreements (SLA). An SLA contains one or more Service Level Objectives (S...
Yuan Chen, Subu Iyer, Xue Liu, Dejan S. Milojicic,...
GECON
2008
Springer
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8 years 5 months ago
Monitoring and Reputation Mechanisms for Service Level Agreements
A Service Level Agreement (SLA) is an electronic contract between a service user and a provider, and specifies the service to be provided, Quality of Service (QoS) properties that...
Omer F. Rana, Martijn Warnier, Thomas B. Quillinan...
DAIS
2007
8 years 5 months ago
Service Level Agreement Management in Federated Virtual Organizations
The present emergence of loosely-coupled, inter-enterprise collaboration, i.e., virtual organizations calls for new kind of middleware: generic, common facilities for managing cont...
Tuomas Nurmela, Lea Kutvonen
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