College of Business & Economics
The Department of e-Business and Technology Management encourages scholarship through a research seminar series that features faculty presentations of recent work to faculty and students within the department and College of Business and Economics.
To learn about future seminars, contact the department office.
Assessing and Standardizing Military Unit Readiness
April 4, 2014
Presented by Natalie Scala
One of the most difficult measurements to obtain with some level of accuracy is military readiness to provide defense. The U.S. military has a requirement for units to report an overall readiness rating based on a multitude of factors. This research examines the current readiness reporting method and proposes a new benchmarking system based on desirability functions from quality theory, assessing readiness on quantitative and qualitative scales with aggregation so that a holistic approach is taken.
Modeling Agent Auctions in the Two Dimensions of Price and Quantity
Nov. 1, 2013
Presented by Barin Nag
In agent-based multi-period auction trading, inventory costs and trading penalties affect two dimensional decisions of price and quantity to trade or carry over. Cooperation and collaboration between buyer agents and seller agents respectively facilitate trades. Heuristic algorithms implementing a mathematical model demonstrate the effectiveness in a simulation experiment.