List of Publications
  1. A stochastic programming model applied to water resources management. Research Report No. 11, Computing Center for Universities, Budapest, 1975.

  2. A stochastic programming problem and its solution by random search. Dr. rer. nat. Thesis, Eötvös University of Sciences. (In Hungarian: Egy sztochasztikus programozási probléma megoldása a véletlen keresés módszerével. Egyetemi doktori disszertáció. ELTE TTK.) Budapest, 1975.

  3. Maximal deviation of empirical pdf-sequences: Application to a multiperiod reliability type inventory model. (In Hungarian: Empirikus eloszlásfüggvény-sorozatok maximális eltérésének vizsgálata: Alkalmazás egy többperiódusu megbizhatósági készletmodellre.) Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 1 (1975) 189-195.

  4. Mathematical model for water quality management in the Sajó river, pp. 400-431. In: Deininger, R.A., ed. Proc. WHO Seminar on Systems Analysis in Water Quality Management (Budapest, 1975); University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1977. Co-authors: Bora, Gy., Francia, L., Kulcsár, D. and Réczey, G.

  5. On the maximal distance between two series of empirical distribution functions, with application to an inventory problem. Methods of Operations Research 29 (1978) 623-636.

  6. Technico-economic water quality model of the Sajó river. (In Hungarian: A Sajó vizminöségi müszaki-közgazdasági modellje.) Hidrológiai Közlöny 57 (1977), 27-37. Co-authors: Bora, Gy., Hock, B., Mucsy, Gy., Réczey, G. and Röszler, K.

  7. Water resources management model for the Sajó region. (In Hungarian: A Sajó-térség vizgazdálkodási modellje.) Vizügyi Közlemények1977, No.3, 418-426.

  8. Evaulation of a stochastic gradient optimization algorithm. Research Report No. 23, Computing Center for Universities , Budapest, 1978.

  9. Some methodological aspects of optimization techniques in water quality management, pp. 164-171. in: Proc. WHO Seminar on Water Quality Management (Budapest, 1977); Water Resources Management Institute, Budapest, 1978.

  10. Random search procedures: Convergence and numerical efficiency. (In Hungarian: Véletlen keresö eljárások konvergenciájának és numerikus hatékonyságának vizsgálata.) Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 4 (1978) 197-228.

  11. On the convergence and efficiency of random search optimization. Methods of Operations Research 33 (1979) 347-362.

  12. On a stochastic model of reservoir system sizing, pp. 546-558. in: Iracki, K., Malanowski, K. and Walukiewicz, S. Proceedings of the 9th IFIP Conference on Optimization Techniques (Warsaw, 1979); Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 23, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York.

  13. Stochastic models for regional water quality management. (In Hungarian: Regionális vizminöségvédelmi döntési problémák sztochasztikus modelljei.) Hidrológiai Közlöny 60 (1980) 364-373.

  14. On a method of random search for unconstrained minimization. Avtomatika i Telemekhanika 1980, No. 12, 76-85. (In Russian; English translation in: Automation and Remote Control 1980, No. 12.)

  15. Hybrid procedures for solving non-smooth stochastic problems. (In Hungarian: Hibrid optimalizálási eljárások nem-differenciálható sztochasztikus feladatok megoldására.) Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 7 (1981) 83-97.

  16. Stochastic methods for solving optimization problems. (In Hungarian: Sztochasztikus módszerek optimalizálási feladatok megoldására.) Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 7 (1981) 217-252.

  17. Stochastically combined optimization procedures, their convergence and numerical performance. Methods of Operations Research 43 (1981) 143-150.

  18. Hybrid procedures for solving non-smooth constrained stochastic optimization problems. Vestnik MGU, Ser. VMK 1982, No. 1, 39-49. (In Russian; English translation in: Moscow University Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics 1982, No. 1.)

  19. Stochastic methods for solving multiextremal, non-smooth problems in stochastic programming. (In Russian.) Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Probability Theory, Moscow State University, 1982. (142 pp.)

  20. Stochastic procedures for solving optimization problems. Methods of Operations Research 45 (1983) 135-144.

  21. A unified approach to globally convergent one-dimensional optimization algorithms. Research Report 83-5, Institute for Applied Mathematics and Informatics (IAMI CNR), Milano, 1983.

  22. An improved Chebyshev inequality for estimating function values by Monte Carlo procedures. (In Hungarian: A Csebisev-egyenlötlenség egy élesitése Monte Carlo módszerrel becsült függvényértékek esetén.) Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 9 (1983) pp. 93-104.

  23. Convergence properties of stochastic optimization procedures. Optimization 15 (1984), 405-427.

  24. Stochastic optimization methods for solving mathematical programming problems. pp. 271-282. in: Mogyoródi, J., Vincze, I. and Wertz, W. (Editors) Statistics and Probability ; Akadémiai Kiadó (Publishing House of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences), Budapest, 1984.

  25. Stochastic Optimization Procedures. Lecture Notes Series, Eötvös University of Sciences; Hungarian State Textbook Publishers. (In Hungarian: Sztochasztikus Optimalizálási Módszerek. Tankönykiadó, Budapest, 1984.) (164 pp.)

  26. A modified Bernstein-technique for estimating noise-perturbed function values. Calcolo 22 (1985) 241-247.

  27. Selecting oil exploration strategies: Some stochastic programming formulations and solution methods. Research Report CMI 852611-1, Christian Michelsen Institute, Fantoft, Bergen, Norway, 1985. Co-author: Flåm, S.D.

  28. Multiextremal (global) optimization algorithms for engineering applications, pp. 7-17 to 7-25. in: Proc. Fourth International Conference on Engineering Software (ENGSOFT '85, Kensington, 1985); Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1985. Co-author: Szabó, J.

  29. Global optimization algorithms: An axiomatic approach, pp. 117-120. in: Proc. 30th Scientific Colloquium, Series E Technical University of Ilmenau, 1985.

  30. Stochastic models and methods for the design and operation of water resources systems. In: Proc. International Conference in Hydrology and Hydraulics (Phenjan, 1985). (In Russian.)

  31. A note on the frequency analysis and the statistical extrema of maximal precipitation. (In Hungarian: Hozzászólás Schirokné Kriston Ilona ‘A nagy-csapadékok gyakorisági analizise és a valószinü legnagyobb csapadék becslése' c. cikkéhez.) Vizügyi Közlemények 67 (1985), 348-353.

  32. Contributions to the methodology of stochastic optimization. In: Proc. IFIP Workshop on Stochastic Programming (Gargnano, Sept. 1983); Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 76, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1986.

  33. A stochastic lake eutrophication management model, pp. 501-512. in: Arkin, V.I., Shiriaev, A.N. and Wets, R. (Editors) Stochastic Optimization (Kiev, Sept. 1984); Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 81, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1986. Co-author: Somlyódy, L.

  34. Sampling strategy optimization for regional water quality monitoring. In: Proc. 5th IFAC/IFORS Conference on Dynamic Modelling and Control of National Economies. (Budapest, June 1986.) Co-author: Somlyódy, L.

  35. Globally convergent methods for n-dimensional multiextremal optimization. Optimization 17 (1986) 187-202.

  36. Global optimization algorithms: Theory and some applications, pp. 704-713. in: Prékopa, A. Straziczky, B. and Szelezsán, J. (Editors) Proc. 12th IFIP Conference on Systems Modelling and Optimization (Budapest, 1985); Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 84, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1986. Co-author: Szabó, J.

  37. Extended univariate algorithms for n-dimensional global optimization. Computing 36 (1986) 91-103.

  38. Multiextremal optimization for calibrating water resources models. Environmental Software 1 (1986) 98-105. Co-authors: Szabó, J. and Somlyódy, L.

  39. Global optimization on convex sets. Operations Research Spektrum 8 (1986) 197-202.

  40. Water quality management: Methodology and applications. Foundations of Control Engineering 11 (1986) 177-189. Co-author: Somlyódy, L.

  41. Estimating averages and detecting trends in water quality data, pp. 61-69. in: Proc. 2nd Scientific Assembly of the International Association for Hydrologic Sciences (Budapest, 1986); IAHS Publications 157 (1986). Co-authors: Somlyódy, L., Koncsos, L., Hanácsek, I. and Juhász, I.

  42. Water quality and management modelling of non-point source pollution - A case study, pp. 197-206. in: Proc. 2nd Scientific Assembly of the International Association for Hydrologic Sciences (Budapest, 1986); IAHS Publications 157 (1986). Co-author: Jolánkai, G.

  43. Optimization of regional water quality monitoring strategies, pp. 259-268. in: Proc. 2nd Scientific Assembly of the International Association for Hydrologic Sciences (Budapest, 1986); IAHS Publications 158 (1986). Co-author: Somlyódy, L.

  44. Global optimization procedures and their applications in water resources modelling. (In Hungarian: Globális optimalizálási eljárások és vizgazdálkodási alkalmazásaik.) Vizügyi Közlemények 68 (1986) 520-529. Co-author: Szabó, J.

  45. Optimization of regional water quality monitoring strategies. Water Science and Technology 19 (1987) 721-727. Co-author: Somlyódy, L.

  46. A conceptual optimization framework for regional acidification control. Systems Analysis, Modelling and Simulation 4 (1987) 213-226.

  47. Optimization models in water quality control, pp. 201-210. in: Beck, M.B., ed. Systems Analysis in Water Quality Management (Proc. WATERMATEX 87, London, 1987); Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1987. Co-author: Somlyódy, L.

  48. Deterministic approximations of probability inequalities. Research Report 87-43, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology, Delft, 1987.

  49. Multiextremal optimization via adaptive partition algorithms. Research Report 87-44, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology, 1987. (Invited lecture at Optimization Days, Montreal, 1987.)

  50. Mathematical programming in risk management. Research Report 87-50, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology, 1987. Co-author: Cooke, R.

  51. Convergence qualification of partition algorithms in global optimization. Research Report 87-61, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology, 1987.

  52. Combining expert opinions: An optimization approach. Research Report 87-84, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology, 1987. Co-author: Cooke, R.

  53. Deterministic and Stochastic Methods for Solving Multiextremal Optimization Problems. Lecture Notes, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology, Delft, 1987.

  54. Branch-and-bound algorithms for solving global optimization problems with Lipschitzian structure. Optimization 19 (1988) 101-110.

  55. River basin water quality management: A stochastic approach. An application to the River Zala, Hungary. Research Report, Agricultural University, Wageningen, and Water Resources Research Centre, Budapest, 1988. (48 pp. + Appendix.)
    Co-authors: Boon, J.G. and Somlyódy, L.

  56. Extreme order statistics applied for optimum estimation in ‘hard' MP problems, pp. 321-328. in: Transactions of the Tenth Prague Conference on Information Theory, Statistical Decision Functions, and Random Processes. (Prague, July, 1986). Publishing House of the Czechoslovakian Academy of Sciences, Prague, 1988. Co-author: C. Fodor, J.

  57. A new stochastic approach for controlling point source river pollution, pp. 241-249. in: Proc. 3rd Scientific Assembly of the International Association for Hydrologic Sciences (Baltimore, 1989); IAHS Publications 180 (1989) 241-249. Co-authors: Boon, J.G. and Somlyódy, L.

  58. Deterministic approximations of probability inequalities. ZOR - Methods and Models of Operations Research, Series Theory 33, (1989) 219-239.

  59. Optimization in risk management. Civil Engineering Systems 6 (1989) 122-128. Co-author: Cooke, R.

  60. Environmental risk analysis and management. (In Hungarian: Környezeti kockázatok elemzése és szabályozása.) Hidrológiai Közlöny 69 (1989) 264-268.

  61. Decision models in water quality management. In: Handbook of Water Quality Management. (In Hungarian: Döntési módszerek vizminöségszabályozási feladatok megoldására. In: Katona, E., ed. A vizminöségszabályozás kézikönyve; pp. 152-159. AQUA Kiadó, Budapest, 1989.

  62. Adaptive partition methods for global optimization: Theory and applications. Working Paper, Water Resources Research Centre, Budapest, 1989.

  63. Solving nonlinear equation systems via global partition and search: Some experimental results. Computing 43 (1990) 309-323.

  64. On the convergence of adaptive partition algorithms in global optimization. Optimization 21 (1990) 231-235 .

  65. Lipschitzian global optimization: Theory and applications. Research Report 90.020, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad. (Plenary lecture presented at Optimization Days, Montreal, 1990.)

  66. Risk management of accidental water pollution: An illustrative application. Water Science and Technology 22 (1990) 265-274. Co-authors: Benedek, P. and Darázs, A.

  67. Model calibration: Problem statement, solution method and implementation manual. Research Report 90.024, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1990.

  68. Stochastic decision models for risk analysis and management: A brief methodological overview. Research Report 90.068, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1990.

  69. Globally optimized calibration of environmental models. Annals of Operations Research 25 (1990) 211-222.

  70. Combining expert opinions: An optimized negotiation approach. In: Chikán, A., ed. Proc. 4th Int. Conf. on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory (Budapest, June 1988) Reidel, Dordrecht, 1990. Co-author: Cooke, R.

  71. Adaptive partition strategies for solving global optimization problems. (In Hungarian: Adaptiv particiós módszerek globális optimalizálási feladatok megoldására.) Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 15 (1990/1991) 329-352.

  72. Stochastic modelling and optimization for environmental management. Annals of Operations Research 31 (1991) 527-544.

  73. Global convergence revisited: Reply to A. Zilinskas. Computing 46 (1991) 87-91.

  74. Simplicial partition strategies for Lipschitzian global optimization. Working Paper, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1991.

  75. Theory of Global Random Search. Author: Zhigljavsky, A.A.; Technical Editor: Pintér, J. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 1991.

  76. Set partition by globally optimized cluster seed points. European Journal of Operational Research 51 (1991) 127-135. Co-author: Pesti, G.

  77. An application of Lipschitzian global optimization to product design. Research Report 91.01, Department of Mathematics, Agricultural University, Wageningen, Netherlands, 1991. Co-author: Hendrix, E.M.T.

  78. Calibration of the model system DELWAQ-IMPAQT for the lake Ketelmeer. Research Report 91.001, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1991. Co-authors: ten Hulscher, D. and Bak-Eijsberg, C.

  79. Groundwater quality assessment and management: A stochastic modelling approach. Research Report 91.009, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1991. Co-author: De Lange, W.J.

  80. Calibration of the one-dimensional flow model ZWENDL in the Noordelijk Deltabekken region: Some illustrative results. Research Report 91.028, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1991. Co-authors: Voogt, L., van Zetten, J. and Bak-Eijsberg, C.

  81. Groundwater quality assessment and management: Illustrative numerical results. Research Report 91.031, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1991. Co-author: De Lange, W.J.

  82. Calibration under different problem specifications: Application to the model SED. Research Report 91.049, National Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, Lelystad, 1991. Co-author: van der Molen, D.T.

  83. An application of Lipschitzian global optimization to product design. (Revised version.) Journal of Global Optimization 1 (1991) 389-401. Co-author: Hendrix, E.M.T.

  84. Convergence qualification of partition algorithms in global optimization. (Revised and extended version.) Mathematical Programming 56 (1992) 343-360.

  85. Lipschitzian global optimization: Some prospective applications, pp. 399-432. In: Floudas, C.A. and Pardalos, P.M. (Editors) Recent Advances in Global Optimization, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1992.

  86. Lipschitzian global optimization: Some prospective applications. (Revised and extended version.) Working Paper 92-01, School of Business Administration, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1992.

  87. The impact of accelerating tools on the interval subdivision algorithm for global optimization. European Journal of Operational Research 65 (1993) 314-320. Co-author: Csendes, T.

  88. Environmental model calibration under different problem specifications: An application to the model SED. Ecological Modelling 68 (1993) 1-19. Co-author: van der Molen, D.T.

  89. ESIS - An intelligent decision support system for assisting industrial wastewater management. Working Paper 93-03, School of Business Administration, and School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax. Co-authors: Meeuwig, J.W., Meeuwig, D.J., Fels, M. and Lycon, D.S.

  90. Environmentally Sensitive Investment System (ESIS) Project - Final Report. School of Business Administration, and School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1993. (185 pp.)

  91. A new interval method for locating the boundary of level sets. International Journal of Computer Mathematics 49 (1993) No.1-2, 53-59. Co-author: Csendes, T.

  92. Combining negotiated expert opinions: A global optimization approach. Working Paper, Department of Industrial Engineeering, Technical University of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1994. Co-author: Cooke, R.

  93. Aquifer model calibration applying global optimization. Research Report 94-05, Department of Industrial Engineeering, Technical University of Nova Scotia, Halifax. Proc. 3rd IASTED Conf. Reliability, Control and Risk Assessment (Washington, D.C., Oct. 1994.) Co-authors: Finley, J.R. and Satish, M.G.

  94. Environmental Studies Centers Development in Indonesia (ESCDI) Project: Environmental Modelling. End of Assignment Report (Agricultural University, Bogor, Java); PPPSL (Jakarta) and Dalhousie University, Halifax. (55 pp.) Pintér Consulting Services, Halifax, 1994.

  95. Environmental Studies Centers Development in Indonesia (ESCDI) Project: Environmental Modelling. End of Assignment Report (University of Sriwijaya, Palembang, Sumatra); PPPSL (Jakarta) and Dalhousie University, Halifax. (74 pp.) Pintér Consulting Services, Halifax, 1995.

  96. An intelligent decision support system for assisting industrial wastewater management. Annals of Operations Research 58 (1995) 455-477. Co-authors: Fels, M, Lycon, D.S., Meeuwig, D.J., and Meeuwig, J.W.

  97. LGO: An implementation of a Lipschitzian global optimization procedure. User's Guide. Research Report NM-R9522, Department of Numerical Mathematics, National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI), Amsterdam, 1995.

  98. Advanced Personal Load Carriage System. Project Report submitted to the Atlantic Industrial Research Institute. Pintér Consulting Services, Halifax, 1996. (48 pp.)

  99. Global Optimization in Action. (Continuous and Lipschitz Optimization: Algorithms, Implementations and Applications.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 1996. (508 pp.)

  100. LGO: A Program System for Continuous and Lipschitz Optimization. User's Guide. (1996; 43 pp.) Current revision: LGO: A Model Development System for Continuous Global Optimization. User's Guide. (2005; 71 pp.) Pintér Consulting Services, Halifax, NS.

  101. Optimal load distribution. In: Advances in Military Load Carriage. Proc. TTCP-TLG-8 and TCIEM Workshop (Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, October 1996), pp. 26-27. Co-author: Pelot, R.P.

  102. Continuous global optimization software: A brief review. (Invited contribution.) Optima (the Newsletter of the Mathematical Programming Society) 52 (1996) 1-8. See http://plato.la.asu.edu/gom.html.

  103. Continuous and Lipschitz global optimization: Algorithms and applications. (In Hungarian: Folytonos és Lipschitz globális optimalizáció: Algoritmusok és alkalmazások.) Szigma XXVII (1996) 3, 71-104.

  104. Modelling Support for Stochastic Programs. Project Report submitted to the School of Business, Dalhousie University. Pintér Consulting Services, Halifax, 1996. (35 pp.)

  105. Modelling tools for stochastic programs. Working Paper 97-1, School of Business Administration, Dalhousie University, Halifax. Co-author: Gassmann, H.I.

  106. LGO: A program system for continuous and Lipschitz optimization. In: Bomze, I.M., Csendes, T., Horst, R. and Pardalos, P.M. (Editors) Developments in Global Optimization, pp. 183-197. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 1997.

  107. Computation of elliptic Fekete point sets. Research Report MAS-R9705, Department of Modelling, Analysis and Simulation, National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI), Amsterdam, 1997. Co-authors: Stortelder, W.J.H. and de Swart, J.J.B.

  108. Optimized design of wastewater treatment systems: Application to the mechanical pulp and paper industry. I. Design and cost relationships. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 75 (1997) 437-451. Co-authors: Fels, M. and Lycon, D.S.

  109. A global optimization approach to inverse groundwater model calibration. Extended abstract in: Proc. IASTED Conf. MIC'98 (Grindelwald, Switzerland, Febr. 18-20, 1998.) Co-author: Satish, M.G.

  110. An application development system for global optimization. (Tutorial presentation.) Extended abstract in: Proc. IASTED Conf. MIC'98 (Grindelwald, Switzerland, Febr 18-20, 1998.) (Presented also at the IASTED Conf., Halifax, June 1-4, 1998.)

  111. Advanced decision support for nonlinear systems modelling and optimization. CORS Bulletin (of the Canadian Operational Research Society) 32 (1998) 1, 20-21.

  112. Continuous global optimization: A personal perspective. (Invited feature article, in English and French.) CORS Bulletin 32 (1998) 2, 10-27.

  113. Automatic model calibration applying global optimization techniques. Environmental Modeling and Assessment 3 (1998) 117-126. Co-authors: Finley, J.R. and Satish, M.G.

  114. An LF-based application development system for global optimization. Fortran Source (the Newsletter of Lahey Computer Systems, Incline Village, NV) 14 (1998) 3.

  115. A model development system for global optimization. In: De Leone, R., Murli, A., Pardalos, P.M. and Toraldo, G. (Editors) High Performance Algorithms and Software in Nonlinear Optimization pp. 301-314. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 1998.

  116. Finding elliptic Fekete point sets: Two numerical solution approaches. CWI Quarterly, National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science, Amsterdam 12 (1999) 1, 63-76. Co-authors: Stortelder, W.J.H. and de Swart, J.J.B.

  117. Computational global optimization: Models, algorithms and applications. (Tutorial presentation.) In: Mohammadian, M., ed. Concurrent Systems Engineering Series, Vol. 55. (Proc. CIMCA'99, Vienna, Febr. 17-19, 1999); pp. 1-10. IOS Press, Amsterdam, 1999.

  118. LGO: An integrated model development and solver system for continuous global optimization. INFORMS Computing Society Newsletter 20 (1999) 1, 14.

  119. Continuous global optimization: An introduction to models, solution approaches, tests and applications. Interactive Transactions in Operations Research and Management Science, 2 (1999) No. 2; see http://catt.bus.okstate.edu/itorms/pinter/.

  120. An optimization-based approach to the multiple static delivery technique in radiation therapy. Research Report A/1999/4, Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, University of Kuopio, Finland.
    Co-authors: Tervo, J., Kolmonen, P., Lyyra-Laitinen, T., and Lahtinen, T.

  121. Extremal energy models and global optimization. In: Laguna, M. and Gonzalez-Velarde, J-L. (Editors) Computing Tools for Modeling, Optimization and Simulation, pp. 145-160. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 2000.

  122. Globally optimized spherical point arrangements: Model variants and illustrative results. Annals of Operations Research 104 (2001) 213-230.

  123. Computational Global Optimization in Nonlinear Systems - An Interactive Tutorial. (Includes LGO software demonstration programs.) Lionheart Publishing, Inc., Atlanta, GA, 2001. See http://www.lionhrtpub.com/books/globaloptimization.html

  124. Finding elliptic Fekete points sets: Two numerical solution approaches. (Revised version.) Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics Vol. 130 (2001) No. 1-2, pp. 205-216. Co-authors: Stortelder, W.J.H. and de Swart, J.J.B.

  125. LGO Global Solver Engine for Excel - Premium Solver Platform Implementation. User Guide. Frontline Systems, Inc., Incline Village, NV, and Pintér Consulting Services, Inc., Halifax, NS, 2001.

  126. Continuous global optimization: Software. Invited contribution to the Encyclopedia of Optimization (Floudas, C. A. and Pardalos, P.M. (Editors)) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 2001.

  127. Continuous global optimization: Illustrative applications. Invited contribution to the Encyclopedia of Optimization (Floudas, C. A. and Pardalos, P.M. (Editors)) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 2001.

  128. Global optimization in the analysis and management of environmental systems. Invited contribution to the Encyclopedia of Optimization (Floudas, C. A. and Pardalos, P.M. (Editors)) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 2001.

  129. Global Optimization: Software, Test Problems, and Applications. Chapter 15 (pages 515-569) in: Pardalos, P. M. and Romeijn, H. E. (Editors) Handbook of Global Optimization, Volume 2 Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 2002.

  130. MathOptimizer - An Advanced Modeling and Optimization System for Mathematica Users. User Guide.. Pintér Consulting Services, Inc., Halifax, NS, 2002.

  131. An optimization-based approach to the multiple static delivery technique in radiation therapy. (Revised version.) Annals of Operations Research 119 (2003) 205-227. Co-authors: Tervo, J., Kolmonen, P., Lyyra-Laitinen, T., and Lahtinen, T.

  132. A global optimization approach to laser design. Optimization and Engineering 4 (2003) (3) 177-196. Co-authors: Isenor, G. and Cada, M.

  133. Globally optimized calibration of nonlinear models: techniques, software, and applications. Optimization Methods and Software 18 (2003) (3) 335-355.

  134. The potentials of Mathematica in Operations Research and related applications. Mathematica Information Center http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Articles/4896/.

  135. GAMS/LGO Solver Engine: User Guide. GAMS Solver Documentation Pages http://www.gams.com/solvers/lgo.pdf.

  136. Optimization of Finite Element Models with MathOptimizer and ModelMaker Proceedings of the 2003 Wolfram Technology Conference http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/5347/. Co-author: Purcell, C.J.

  137. MathOptimizer Professional. Proceedings of the 2003 Wolfram Technology Conference http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/4905/. Co-author: Kampas, F.J.

  138. MathOptimizer Professional: An Advanced Modeling and Optimization System for Mathematica, Using the LGO Solver Engine. User Guide. Pintér Consulting Services, Inc., Halifax, NS, 2003. Co-author: Kampas, F.J.

  139. GAMS/LGO nonlinear solver suite: key features, usage, and numerical performance. GAMS Solver Documentation Pages http://www.gams.com/solvers/solvers.htm#LGO

  140. TOMLAB/LGO User Guide. (January 2004) TOMLAB Solver Documentation Pages http://tomlab.biz/docs/TOMLAB_LGO.pdf. Co-authors: Holmstrom, K., Goran, A.O. and Edvall, M.M.

  141. CIAO-GO: A Model Development and Solver System for Global and Local Nonlinear Optimization. User Guide. Research Report, CIAO-ITMS, University of Ballarat, 2004. Co-authors: Bagirov, A.M. and Rubinov, A.M.

  142. An illustrated collection of global optimization test problems. Research Report, CIAO-ITMS, University of Ballarat, 2004. Co-authors: Bagirov, A.M. and Zhang, J.

  143. Generalized circle packings: model formulations and numerical results. Proceedings of the 6th International Mathematica Symposium (Banff, AB, August 2004). Co-author: Kampas, F.J.

  144. The Maple Global Optimization Toolbox (White paper, article, and application examples downloadable from Maplesoft's Product Pages; with further links.) http://www.maplesoft.com/products/toolboxes/globaloptimization/index.aspx

  145. Advanced Nonlinear Optimization in Mathematica. Proceedings of the 2004 Wolfram Technology Conference http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/5398/ Co-author: Kampas, F.J.

  146. Nonlinear systems modeling and optimization: software implementations and applications. Modeling and Simulation 3 (2004) 2, 17-18.

  147. O.R. model development and optimization with Mathematica. In: Golden, B., Raghavan, S., and Wasil, E. (Editors) The Next Wave in Computing, Optimization, and Decision Technologies, pp. 285-302. Springer Science + Business Media, New York, 2005. Co-author: Kampas, F.J.

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  150. Comparative assessment of algorithms and software for global optimization. Journal of Global Optimization 31 (2005) 613-633. Co-authors: Khompatraporn, C. and Zabinsky, Z.B.

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  152. Global Optimization Toolbox for Maple: introduction and applications. In: Koutsiras, I.S., ed. Proceedings of the 2005 Maple Conference, pp. 70-85. Maplesoft, Waterloo, ON, 2005.

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  158. Configuration analysis and design by using optimization tools in Mathematica. The Mathematica Journal 10 (2006) 1, 128-154. Co-author: Kampas, F.J.

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  163. Determination of a distributed feedback laser's field solution using global optimization. In: Pintér, J. D., ed. Global Optimization: Scientific and Engineering Case Studies, pp. 181-212. Springer Science + Business Media, New York, 2006. Co-authors: Isenor, G. and Cada, M.

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  171. Integrated production system optimization using the Lipschitz Global Optimizer and the Discrete Gradient Method. Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization 3 (2007) 2, 257-277. Co-authors: Mason, T.L., Emelle, C., van Berkel, J., Bagirov, A.M., and Kampas, F.J.

  172. Driving Innovation: How mathematical modeling and optimization increase efficiency and productivity in vehicle design. Technical Memorandum, published by Maplesoft, Waterloo, ON, 2007. Co-authors: Goossens, P., McPhee, J., Schmitke, C., and Stahl, H.

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  176. Solving circle packing problems by global optimization: Numerical results and industrial applications. European Journal of Operational Research 191 (2008) 786-802. Co-authors: Castillo, I. and Kampas, F.J.

  177. Integrated software tools for the OR/MS classroom. Algorithmic Operations Research 3 (2008) 82-91. Co-authors: Castillo, I. and Lee, T.

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Invited Book and Software Reviews

  1. Mathematical Programming Glossary on the World Wide Web by Greenberg, H.J. Optima 53 (1997) 9-10.

  2. Developments in Global Optimization by Bomze, I.M., Csendes, T., Horst, R. and Pardalos, P.M. (Editors) Optima 57 (1998) 12-13.

  3. Meta-Heuristics by Osman, I.H. and Kelly, J.P. (Editors) Journal of Global Optimization 15 (1999) 105-107.

  4. Parallel Optimization by Censor, Y. and Zenios, S.A. Journal of Global Optimization 16 (2000) 107-108.

  5. Meta-Heuristics: Advances and Trends in Local Search Paradigms for Optimization by Voss, S., Martello, S., Osman, I.H., and Roucairol, C. (Editors) Interfaces 30 (2000) 94-95.

  6. Operations Research: A Practical Introduction by Carter, M.W. and Price, C.C. Interfaces 32 (2002) 96-97.

  7. Interactive Operations Research with Maple by Parlar, M. Interfaces 32 (2002) 99-101.

  8. Handbook of Applied Optimization by Pardalos, P.M. and Resende, M.G.C. (Editors) Optimization Methods and Software 21 (2006) 4, 667-676.

  9. Principles of Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica 2.1 by Fritzson, P. Mathematica in Education and Research 11 (2006) 4, 498-505.

  10. Introduction to Applied Optimization by Diwekar, U.M. European Journal of Operations Research 177 (2007) 646-648.

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