Anito Joseph

Assoc. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-1972
Locator Code:
6544

 
Career

Education

1993Ph.D. University of Maryland at College Park
1983M.S. University of Maryland at College Park
1978B.S. University of the West Indies

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Operations management modeling | Statistical analysis for managerial decision-making | Applied multivariate statistics | Applied regression analysis

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Operations management modeling | Statistical analysis for managerial decision-making | Applied multivariate statistics | Applied regression analysis

Professional Experience

2000 - Associate Professor, Management Science, Miami Herbert Business School
1994 - 2000Assistant Professor, Management Science, University of Miami School of Business Administration
1981 - 1992Graduate Assistant, University of Maryland
1978 - 1980Teacher II, rinidad and Tobago Ministry of Education
1991 - 1992Staffing Analysis, Antarctic Program, National Science Foundation Department of Polar Programs
1990 - 1990Analyst, Trintoc Services Limited
1988 - 1989Analyst, Trinidad and Tobago Oil Company Ltd
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Linear programming; integer programming; multi-criteria decision-making; and applied operations research

Publications

Osei-Bryson, K.-M. and A. Joseph Applications of Sequential Set Partitioning: Three Technical Information Systems Problems 492-500 (34:5 OMEGA . 2006).


Bryson N., H. Millar, A. Joseph, and A. Mobolurin Using Formal MS/OR Modeling To Support Disaster Recovery Planning 679-688 (141(3) European Journal of Operational Research. 2002).


Joseph, A. A Concurrent Processing Framework for the Set Partitioning Problem 1375-1391 (29(10) Computers and Operations Research,. 2002).


Joseph, A. and Gass, S. I. Constructing General Integer Problems with Well-Determined Duality Gaps 81-94 (136(1) European Journal of Operational Research. 2002).


Bryson, N., and Joseph, A. Optimal Techniques for Class-Dependent Attribute Discretization 1130-1143 (52 Journal of the Operational Research Society. 2001).


Bryson, N., and Joseph, A. A Logarithmic Goal Programming-Based Technique for Addressing The Executive Selection Problem 185-198 (10 Applications of Management Science. 2000).


Bryson, N., and Joseph, A. Generating Consensus Priority Interval Vectors For Group Decision Making in The AHP 127-137 (9 Journal of Multi Criteria Decision Analysis, 2000).