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Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research

Research Interests: Mathematics for operational research and systems, models in telecommunications and operations management, control of queues, stochastic networks, on-line bin-packing, ergodicity of markov processes, optimal search, stochastic scheduling, dynamic resource allocation, financial mathematics

Publications

On the optimal assignment of customers to parallel servers
RR WEBER
– Journal of Applied Probability
(2016)
15,
406
Scheduling jobs by stochastic processing requirements on parallel machines to minimize makespan or flowtime
RR WEBER
– Journal of Applied Probability
(2016)
19,
167
The interchangeability of ·/M/1 queues in series
RR WEBER
– Journal of Applied Probability
(2016)
16,
690
Optimal selection of stochastic intervals under a sum constraint
EG COFFMAN, L FLATTO, RR WEBER
– Advances in Applied Probability
(2016)
19,
454
The interchangeability of tandem queues with heterogeneous customers and dependent service times
RR WEBER
– Advances in Applied Probability
(2016)
24,
727
Optimal control of service rates in networks of queues
RR WEBER, S STIDHAM
– Advances in Applied Probability
(2016)
19,
202
Minimizing expected makespans on uniform processor systems
EG COFFMAN, L FLATTO, MR GAREY, RR WEBER
– Advances in Applied Probability
(2016)
19,
177
Addendum to: “On an index policy for restless bandits”
RR Weber, G Weiss
– Advances in Applied Probability
(2016)
23,
429
Economic Issues in Shared Infrastructures.
C Courcoubetis, R Weber
– IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
(2012)
20,
594
Strategy for Quickest Second Meeting of Two Agents in Two Locations
R Weber
– Mathematics of Operations Research
(2012)
37,
123
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