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Richard J. Boucherie
Richard J. Boucherie
Professor of Stochastic Operations Research, University of Twente, the Netherlands
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Taxonomic classification of planning decisions in health care: a structured review of the state of the art in OR/MS
PJH Hulshof, N Kortbeek, RJ Boucherie, EW Hans, PJM Bakker
Health systems 1, 129-175, 2012
4682012
Managing the overflow of intensive care patients
N Litvak, M Van Rijsbergen, RJ Boucherie, M van Houdenhoven
European journal of operational research 185 (3), 998-1010, 2008
1822008
Running times on railway sections with heterogeneous train traffic
T Huisman, RJ Boucherie
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 35 (3), 271-292, 2001
1682001
Product forms for queueing networks with state-dependent multiple job transitions
RJ Boucherie, NM Van Dijk
Advances in Applied Probability 23 (1), 152-187, 1991
1401991
A characterization of independence for competing Markov chains with applications to stochastic Petri nets
RJ Boucherie
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 20, 536-544, 1994
1191994
A characterization of independence for competing Markov chains with applications to stochastic Petri nets
RJ Boucherie
Petri Nets and Performance Models, 1993. Proceedings., 5th International …, 1993
1191993
Queueing networks-A fundamental approach, volume 154 of International Series in Operations Research & Management Science
RJ Boucherie, NM van Dijk
Springer, New York, 2010
115*2010
A survey of health care models that encompass multiple departments
PT Vanberkel, RJ Boucherie, EW Hans, JL Hurink, N Litvak
International Journal of Health Management and Information 1 (1), 37-69, 2010
1102010
An exact approach for relating recovering surgical patient workload to the master surgical schedule
PT Vanberkel, RJ Boucherie, EW Hans, JL Hurink, WAM Van Lent, ...
Journal of the Operational Research Society 62 (10), 1851-1860, 2011
1092011
Planning and scheduling of semi-urgent surgeries
ME Zonderland, RJ Boucherie, N Litvak, CLAM Vleggeert-Lankamp
Health care management science 13, 256-267, 2010
1092010
A solvable queueing network model for railway networks and its validation and applications for the Netherlands
T Huisman, RJ Boucherie, NM Van Dijk
European Journal of Operational Research 142 (1), 30-51, 2002
1072002
The workload in the M/G/1 queue with work removal
RJ Boucherie, OJ Boxma
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences 10 (2), 261-277, 1996
1011996
Markov decision processes in practice, volume 248 of International Series in Operations Research & Management Science
RJ Boucherie, NM Van Dijk
Springer, New York, 2017
922017
Tactical resource allocation and elective patient admission planning in care processes
PJH Hulshof, RJ Boucherie, EW Hans, JL Hurink
Health care management science 16 (2), 152-166, 2013
912013
Efficiency evaluation for pooling resources in health care
PT Vanberkel, RJ Boucherie, EW Hans, JL Hurink, N Litvak
OR spectrum 34, 371-390, 2012
842012
Designing cyclic appointment schedules for outpatient clinics with scheduled and unscheduled patient arrivals
N Kortbeek, ME Zonderland, A Braaksma, IMH Vliegen, RJ Boucherie, ...
Performance evaluation 80, 5-26, 2014
782014
Performance analysis of wireless LANs: an integrated packet/flow level approach
R Litjens, F Roijers, H Berg, RJ Boucherie, M Fleuren
Proceedings of ITC18, Berlin, Germany 5, 1-18, 2003
722003
Accounting for inpatient wards when developing master surgical schedules
PT Vanberkel, RJ Boucherie, EW Hans, JL Hurink, WAM Van Lent, ...
Anesthesia & Analgesia 112 (6), 1472-1479, 2011
622011
Redesign of a university hospital preanesthesia evaluation clinic using a queuing theory approach
ME Zonderland, F Boer, RJ Boucherie, A de Roode, JW van Kleef
Anesthesia & Analgesia 109 (5), 1612-1621, 2009
612009
A note on negative customers, GI/G/1 workload, and risk processes
RJ Boucherie, OJ Boxma, K Sigman
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences 11 (3), 305-311, 1997
591997
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