This CD-ROM contains the proceedings from the 2014 4th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management. The CD-ROM is designed to allow you to search by various methods to find a particular paper or author at the conference. The following search capabilities are available on this CD-ROM:
The Search screen has a keyword search which includes boolean logic options to enable you to widen or narrow your search. The keyword search, searches through the paper titles, Sessions and authors for each paper.
You may type in any number of words that you wish to search on in this box. Leave a space between each word that you type in. Do not use commas (,) to separate the words.
Any words - The search results will include pages that have ANY of the words you typed in.
All words - The search results will include pages that have ALL of the words you type in.
Exact phrase - The search results will include pages that have the exact phrase you typed in.
On the Search screen, you may also scroll through all of the papers in alphabetical order. Click on any of the titles to open the paper.
On the Symposium Papers, you may scroll through the list of Sessions. Click on the Session title to view the list of papers.
On the Author Index screen, you may also scroll through the list of authors in alphabetical order, then click on the title to view the paper.
NOTE: This CD-ROM contains the papers presented by the authors. The papers are in Adobe Acrobat format. The papers are linked from the paper titles. In order to view the papers you need to have either a full version of Adobe Acrobat or the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® . The reader is freely available from the Adobe website. Click on the Logo below to go to the Adobe website.
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