Decision Making in Manufacturing and Services (DMMS, p-ISSN 1896-8325, e-ISSN 2300-7087) objective is to serve the entire Decision Making community, including academic and industry researchers and decision makers working at the interface of research and implementation in manufacturing and services. The journal focuses on topics treating the interface between decision sciences, information technology and management science. All aspects of the subject in relation to manufacturing and services are covered. Papers may address concerns of manufacturing or service firms as well as government or non-profit enterprises, and the full range of manufacturing and service systems is covered. Examples of services considered include transportation, logistics and distribution, telecommunication, tourism, medical services.
Moreover, the journal encourages a variety of methodological approaches to decision making in manufacturing and services. The papers may be theoretical or empirical, analytical or computational, and may be based on a variety of disciplinary foundations such as management, economics, operations research, computer science, engineering, psychology, etc. The ultimate objective of DMMS is to disseminate knowledge for improving the theoretical base for sound decision making in practice.
The main topics of interest to Decision Making in Manufacturing and Services include, but are not limited to:
- Applications of decision theory in manufacturing and service management
- Information technology for decision making in manufacturing and services
- Computational intelligence for decision making in manufacturing and services
- Operational research techniques for manufacturing and service management
- Design of manufacturing and service systems
- Planning and scheduling in manufacturing and services
- Logistics and supply chain management
- Financial decision making in manufacturing and services.
Decision Making in Manufacturing and Services is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: International Abstracts in Operations Research (IAOR), Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet), Zentralblatt MATH, Index Copernicus.
MNiSW przyznało DMMS 10 punktów, tj. maksymalną liczbę punktów dla czasopism nieposiadających współczynnika wpływu Impact Factor (patrz komunikat w sprawie wykazu czasopism naukowych z 17 grudnia 2013, DMMS jest w części B).
Ministry of Science and Higher Education assigned 10 points to DMMS, i.e., the highest score available for journals not in JCR (see, komunikat w sprawie wykazu czasopism naukowych z 17 grudnia 2013, DMMS is in part B).
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Vol 9, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
Kiyoshi Yoneda, Antonio Carlos Moretti, Johan Hendrik Poker, Jr.
Models, methods and information technologies of protection of corporate systems of transport based on intellectual identification of threats
Alexander Petrov, Valeriy Lakhno, Alexander Korchenko