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Papers in peer-reviewed journals

  1.  W. D. CookB. GolanyM. KressM. Penn, T. Raviv, Optimal Allocation of Proposals to Reviewers to Facilitate Effective Ranking,  Management Science 51:4, (2005) 655-661.

  2. G. AllonD.P. Kroese, T. Raviv and R. Y.RubinsteinApplication of the Cross-Entropy Method to the Buffer Allocation Problem in a Simulation-Based Environment, Annals of Operations Research, 134, (2005), pp. 137-151. Source code and test data.

  3. W. D. Cook, B. Golany, M. Penn and T. Raviv. Creating a Consensus Ranking of Proposals from Reviewers' Partial Ordinal Rankings, Computer & Operations Research, 34:4 (2006).

  4. M. Penn and T. Raviv. Optimizing the Quality Control Station Configuration, Naval Research Logistics 54 (2007), pp. 301-314

  5. M. Penn and T. Raviv. A Polynomial Time Algorithm for Solving a Quality Control Station Configuration Problem, Discrete Applied Mathematics 156 (2008) 412 – 419.

  6. M. Penn and T. Raviv, An Algorithm for the Maximum Revenue Jobshop Problem , European Journal of Operational Research 193 (2009), 437-450.

  7. W.D. Cook, T. Raviv, and A.J. Richardson,  Aggregating Incomplete Lists of Journal Rankings: An Application to Academic Accounting Journals, Accounting Perspectives, 9:3 (2010), 217–235

  8. D. GranotF. Granot, and T. Raviv, On Competitive Location in a Network. European Journal of Operational Research 205 (2010) 301–312

  9. T. Raviv, and M. Kaspi , The locomotive fleet fueling problem, Operations Research Letters 40:1 (2012) 39–45

  10. T. Raviv, The Battery Switching Station Scheduling Problem, :6 (2012) 546–550  (an unabridged working paper)

  11. Tal Raviv, An Efficient Algorithm for Maximizing the Expected Profit from a Serial Production Line with Inspection Stations and Rework, OR-Spectrum 35 (2013), 609-638

  12.   M. Kaspi, and T.Raviv, Service-Oriented Line Planning and Timetabling for Passenger Trains, Transportation Science, 47:3 (2013) 295-311.

    • Sample Instance

  13.   T. Raviv,  An Efficient Algorithm for Maximizing the Expected Profit from a Serial Production Line with Inspection Stations and Rework, OR-Spectrum 35:3 (2013), 609-638

  14.   T. Raviv and O. Kolka, Optimal Inventory Management of a Bike-Sharing Station, IIE Transactions 45:10 (2013), 1077-1093

  15.  Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur, and Iris Forma*,   “Static Repositioning in a Bike-Sharing System:  Models and Solution Approaches”,  EURO Journal of Transportation and Logistics 2(2013), 187-229 

  16. Michael Masin and Tal Raviv,  “Linear Programming-Based Algorithms for the Minimum Makespan High Multiplicity Jobshop Problem  Journal of Scheduling, 17:4 (2014), 321-338 

  17. Mor Kaspi*, Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur,  “Parking reservation policies in one-way vehicle sharing systems”, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 62 (2014), 35-50  

  18. Nicole Adler, A. Shalom Hakkert, Tal Raviv, and M. Sher*,  “The traffic police location and schedule assignment problem”,  Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis 21 (2014), 315–333

  19. Iris Forma*, Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur  A 3-Step Math Heuristic for the Static Repositioning Problem in Bike-Sharing Systems,  Transportation Research Part B, 71 (2015), 230-247  

  20. Mor Kaspi*, Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur,  Detection of Unusable Bicycles in Bike-Sharing Systems Omega, 65 (2016), 10-16

  21. Mor Kaspi*, Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur, Hila Galili*  Regulating vehicle sharing systems through parking reservation policies: Analysis and performance,  European Journal of Operational Research, 251:33 (2016), 969–987 2020 Impact Factor 5.334,

  22. Zohar Postelnicu*, Tal Raviv, Irad Ben-Gal, Improving Websites’ Quality of Service by Shortening their Browsing Expected Path Length Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 32 (2016), 2017-2031

  23. Mor Kaspi*, Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur,  Bike Sharing Systems: User Dissatisfaction in the Presence of Unusable Bicycles, IISE Transactions, 49:2 (2017), 144-158 2020

  24. Edison Avraham*, Tal Raviv, E. Khmelnitsky,  The Decentralized Field Service Routing Problem,  Transportation Research Part B, 104 (2017), 290-316

  25. Yossi Bukchin, Tal Raviv,  “Constraint Programming for Solving Various Assembly Line Balancing Problems”, OMEGA, 78 (2018), 57-68

  26. Sharon Datner*, Tal Raviv, Michal Tzur, and Daniel Chemla* “Setting Inventory Levels in a Bike Sharing Network”, Transportation Science, 53 (2019), 62-76

  27. Ido Orenstein*, Tal Raviv, Elad Sadan* “Delivery Process with Flexibility Using Automated Parcel Locker”,   EURO Journal of transportation and logistics (2019) 8:683-711

  28. Edison Avraham*, Tal Raviv “The data-driven time-dependent traveling salesperson problem”,  Transportation Research Part B (2020) 134:25-40

  29. Yossi Bukchin, Tal Raviv, Ilya Zaides “The Consecutive Multiprocessor Job Scheduling Problem”, European Journal of Operational Research (2020) 427-438

  30. Yifat Douek-Pinkovich*, Irad Ben-Gal, Tal Raviv, “The generalized test collection problem,”  TOP (2021)  372–386

  31. Omer Dumbinsky, Joachim Mayer, Tal Raviv,  “Alerting about possible risks vs. blocking risky choices: A quantitative model and its empirical evaluation,Computers & Security (2020), 101944

  32. Michal Penn, Tal Raviv “Complexity and algorithms for min cost and max profit scheduling under time-of-use electricity tariffs,” Journal of Scheduling (2021), (24)1, 83-102

  33. Edison Avraham*, Tal Raviv “The steady-state mobile personnel booking problem,”  Transportation Research Part B. 154 (2021), 266-288

  34. Lu Xing, Tal Raviv, Lina Sela “Sensor Placement for Robust Burst Identification in Water Systems: Balancing Modeling Accuracy, Parsimony, and Uncertainties,”  Advanced Engineering Informatics,  51 (2022), 101484

  35. Yifat Douek-Pinkovich*, Irad Ben-Gal, Tal Raviv “The Stochastic Test Collection Problem: Models, Exact, and Heuristic Solution Approaches”, European Journal of Operational Research, 299 (2022), 945-959

  36. Mor Kaspi, Tal Raviv, Marlin Ulmer “Directions for future research on urban mobility and city logisticsNetworks, 79:3 (2022), 253-263 18  

  37. Ido Orenstein*, Tal Raviv “Parcel Delivery Using the Hyperconnected Service Network,” Transportation Research Part E,  161(2022), 102716

  38. Tal Raviv, Yossi Bukchin, René de Koster “Optimal retrieval in puzzle-based storage systems using automated mobile robots”,  Transportation Science 57:2 (2023), 424-443

  39. Yossi Bukchin, Tal Raviv “A comprehensive toolbox for load retrieval in puzzle-based storage systems with simultaneous movements”, Transportation Research Part B, 166 (2022) 348-373

  40. Shir Tavor*, Tal Raviv “Anticipatory rebalancing of RoboTaxi systems”, Transportation Research Part C, 153(2023) 104196

  41. Edison Avraham *, Tal Raviv “The data-driven time-dependent orienteering problem with soft time windows”, EURO journal of transportation and logistics, 12(2023) 100112​​

  42. ​Tal Raviv “The service points’ location and capacity problem”, Transportation Research Part E, 176(2023) 103216

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