Last updated: December 4, 2017


Tallys Yunes

Contact Information

Management Science Department
School of Business Administration
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida 33124-8237, U.S.A.
+1 (305) 284-5107

my first name@miami.edu
http://moya.bus.miami.edu/tallys
http://orbythebeach.wordpress.com
@thyunes on Twitter
http://www.linkedin.com/in/tallys

Professional Appointments

Education

Research Interests

Awards and Honors

Refereed Publications (click on blue titles to download papers)

1.
M. Shunko, T. Yunes, G. Fenu, A. Scheller-Wolf, V. Tardif, and S. Tayur, Product Portfolio Restructuring: Methodology and Application at Caterpillar, Production and Operations Management (forthcoming), accepted in August 2017. DOI: 10.1111/poms.12786.
2.
L. de Oliveira, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, Lower Bounds for Large Traveling Umpire Instances: New Valid Inequalities and a Branch-and-Cut Algorithm, Computers & Operations Research 72, 147–159, 2016.
3.
A. A. Cire, J. N. Hooker, and T. Yunes, Modeling with Metaconstraints and Semantic Typing of Variables, INFORMS Journal on Computing 28(1), 1–13, 2016. Also accepted for presentation in the Journal Track of the 23rd International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2017).
4.
R. Cano, C. C. de Souza, P. J. de Rezende, and T. Yunes, Arc-Based Integer Programming Formulations for Three Variants of Proportional Symbol Maps, Discrete Optimization 18, 87–110, 2015. This is the extended journal version of paper #14.
5.
L. de Oliveira, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, On the Complexity of the Traveling Umpire Problem, Theoretical Computer Science 562, 101–111, 2015.
6.
G. Kunigami, P. J. de Rezende, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, Optimizing the Layout of Proportional Symbol Maps: Polyhedra and Computation, INFORMS Journal on Computing 26(2), 199–207, 2014. This is the extended journal version of paper #16.
7.
L. de Oliveira, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, Improved Bounds for the Traveling Umpire Problem: A Stronger Formulation and a Relax-and-Fix Heuristic, European Journal of Operational Research 236(2), 592–600, 2014.
8.
D. Bergman, A. A. Cire, W.-J. van Hoeve, and T. Yunes, BDD-Based Heuristics for Binary Optimization, Journal of Heuristics 20(2), 211–234, 2014.
9.
M. A. Trick, H. Yildiz, and T. Yunes, Scheduling Major League Baseball Umpires and the Traveling Umpire Problem, Interfaces 42(3), 232–244, 2012.
10.
G. Kunigami, P. J. de Rezende, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, Generating Optimal Drawings of Physically Realizable Symbol Maps with Integer Programming, The Visual Computer 28(10), 1015–1026, 2012. This is the extended journal version of paper #15.
11.
T. Yunes, I. D. Aron and J. N. Hooker, An Integrated Solver for Optimization Problems, Operations Research 58(2), 342–356, 2010.
12.
T. H. Yunes, D. Napolitano, A. Scheller-Wolf and S. Tayur, Building Efficient Product Portfolios at John Deere and Company, Operations Research 55(4), 615–629, 2007.
13.
T. H. Yunes, A. V. Moura and C. C. de Souza, Hybrid Column Generation Approaches for Urban Transit Crew Management Problems, Transportation Science 39(2), 273–288, 2005.
14.
R. Cano, C. C. de Souza, P. J. de Rezende, and T. Yunes, Arc-Based Integer Programming Formulations for Three Variants of Proportional Symbol Maps, Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 44, 251–256, 2013 (LAGOS).
15.
G. Kunigami, P. J. de Rezende, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, Determining an Optimal Visualization of Physically Realizable Symbol Maps. Published by IEEE Computer Society, 24th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images (SIBGRAPI), Maceió, AL, Brazil, August 28–31, 2011.
16.
G. Kunigami, P. J. de Rezende, C. C. de Souza, and T. Yunes, Optimizing the Layout of Proportional Symbol Maps, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6784, 1–16, 2011 (CGA).
17.
T. Yunes, Software Tools Supporting Integration, book chapter in Hybrid Optimization — The Ten Years of CPAIOR, M. Milano and P. Van Hentenryck (eds.), 393–424, Springer, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-4419-1643-3.
18.
J. N. Hooker and T. Yunes, An Integrated Approach for Truss Structure Design, Workshop on Hybrid Methods for Nonlinear Combinatorial Problems. Co-located with the 7th International Conference on Integration of AI and OR Techniques in Constraint Programming for Combinatorial Optimization Problems (CPAIOR), Bologna, Italy, June 14–18, 2010.
19.
I. D. Aron, J. N. Hooker and T. H. Yunes, SIMPL: A System for Integrating Optimization Techniques, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3011, 21–36, 2004 (CPAIOR).
20.
T. H. Yunes, On The Sum Constraint: Relaxation and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2470, 80–92, 2002 (CP).
21.
T. H. Yunes, A. V. Moura and C. C. de Souza, Solving Very Large Crew Scheduling Problems to Optimality, 15th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC), Como, Italy, March 19–21, 2000.
22.
T. H. Yunes, A. V. Moura and C. C. de Souza, A Hybrid Approach for Solving Large Scale Crew Scheduling Problems, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1753, 293–307, 2000 (PADL).

Working Papers and Work in Progress

23.
Multimodularity in the Stochastic Appointment Scheduling Problem with Discrete Arrival Epochs (with C. Zacharias). Submitted for publication (first round), October 2017.
24.
Scheduling Medical Students to Clinical Rotations (with A. A. Cire and A. Diamant). Preparing for submission to Production and Operations Management in the fall of 2017.
25.
An MDD-Based Approach for the Time-Dependent TSP (with D. Bergman and A. A. Cire). In progress (target: Transportation Science).
26.
Product Assortment Optimization. In progress.
27.
Piecewise-Linear Optimization with Knapsack and Cardinality Constraints. In progress.
28.
Resource-Constrained Scheduling with Uniform Resource Requirements. In progress.
29.
Cross Training for Flexibility in Manufacturing and Service Operations. In progress.

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