Publications

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Published and Forthcoming Journal Articles

  1. Khodabandeh, E., L. V. Snyder, J. Dennis, J. Hammond, and C. Wanless. C. H. Robinson uses heuristics to solve rich vehicle routing problems. Forthcoming in INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics, 2021. 
  2. Yetkin, M., S. Kalidoss, F. E. Curtis, L. V. Snyder, and A. Banerjee. Practical optimal control of a wave-energy converter in regular wave environments. Renewable Energy 171:1382-1394, 2021. [arXiv] [DOI]
  3. Oroojlooyjadid, A., M. Nazari, L. V. Snyder, and Martin Takáč. A deep Q-network for the beer game: Reinforcement learning for inventory optimization. Forthcoming in Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 2020. [arXiv] [DOI]
  4. Rong, Y., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. Pricing during disruptions: A cause of the reverse bullwhip effect. Forthcoming in Decision Sciences, 2020. [SSRN]
  5. Oroojlooyjadid, A., L. V. Snyder, and Martin Takáč. Applying deep learning to the newsvendor problem. IISE Transactions 52(4):444-463, 2020. [arXiv] [DOI]
  6. Pirhooshyaran, M. and L. V. Snyder. Forecasting, hindcasting and feature selection of ocean waves via recurrent and sequence-to-sequence networks. Ocean Engineering 207:107424, 2020. [arXiv] [DOI]
  7. Pirhooshyaran, M., K. Scheinberg, and L. V. Snyder. Feature engineering and forecasting via derivative-free optimization and ensemble of sequence-to-sequence networks with applications in renewable energy. Energy 196:117136, 2020. [arXiv] [DOI]
  8. Hatalis, K., C. Zhao, P. Venkitasubramaniam, L. Snyder, S. Kishore, and R. Blum. Modeling and detection of future cyber-enabled DSM data attacks. Energies 13(17):4331, 2020. [DOI]
  9. Oroojlooyjadid, A., L. V. Snyder, and Martin Takáč. Stockout prediction in multi-echelon networks. Forthcoming in OMEGA, 2018. [arXiv]
  10. B. Alnajjab, A. Lamadrid, R. Blum, S. Kishore, and L. V. Snyder. Stochastic optimal power flow under forecast errors and failures in communication. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 10(4):4128-4137, 2019. [DOI]
  11. Atan, Z., L. V. Snyder, and G. Wilson. Lateral transshipment and rationing policies for multi-retailer systems. OR Spectrum 40(1):159-186, 2018. [SSRN] [DOI]
  12. Seyhan, T., L. V. Snyder, and Y. Zhang. A new heuristic formulation for a competitive maximal covering location problem. Transportation Science 52(5):1157-1173, 2018. [DOI]
  13. Rong, Y., Z. Atan, and L. V. Snyder. Heuristics for base-stock levels in multi-echelon distribution networks with first-come first-served policies. Naval Research Logistics 26(9):1760-1777, 2017. [SSRN] [DOI]
  14. Rong, Y., L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Bullwhip and reverse bullwhip effects under the rationing game. Naval Research Logistics 64(3):203-216, 2017. [SSRN] [DOI]
  15. Moarefdoost, M. M. and L. V. Snyder. Layouts for ocean wave energy farms: Models, properties, and optimization. OMEGA 66B:185-194, 2017. [DOI]
  16. Shishebori, D., M. Karimi-nasab, and L. V. Snyder. A two-stage heuristic algorithm for designing reliable capacitated logistics networks under disruptions. European Journal of Industrial Engineering 11(4):425-468, 2017. [DOI]
  17. Snyder, L. V., Z. Atan, P. Peng, Y. Rong, A. Schmitt, and B. Sinsoysal. OR/MS models for supply chain disruptions: A review. IIE Transactions 48(2):89-109, 2016. [SSRN] [DOI]
  18. Zhang, Y., L. V. Snyder, L. Miao, and M. Qi. A heterogeneous reliable location model with risk pooling under supply disruptions. Transportation Research-Part B 83:151-178, 2016. [DOI]
  19. Zhang, Y., L. V. Snyder, T. K. Ralphs, Z. Xue. The competitive facility location problem under disruption risks. Transportation Research-Part E 93:453-473, 2016. [DOI]
  20. Moarefdoost, M. M. and L. V. Snyder. Generation and storage dispatch in electricity networks with generator disruptions. Naval Research Logistics 62(6):493-511, 2015. [DOI]
  21. Shishebori, D., L. V. Snyder, and M. S. Jabalameli. A reliable budget-constrained FL/ND problem with unreliable facilities. Networks and Spatial Economics 14(3), 549-580, 2014. [PDF] [DOI]
  22. Konak, A., S. Kulturel-Konak, and L. V. Snyder. A game-theoretic genetic algorithm for the reliable server assignment problem under attacks. Computers and Industrial Engineering 85, 73-85, 2015. [DOI]
  23. Chen, F., L. V. Snyder, and S. Kishore. Efficient algorithms and policies for demand response scheduling. Journal of Energy Engineering 141(1), B4014010, 2015. [DOI]
  24. Chen, C., L. He, P. Venkitasubramaniam, S. Kishore, and L. V. Snyder. Achievable privacy in aggregate residential energy management systems. Journal of Energy Engineering 141(1), B4014007, 2015. [DOI]
  25. Snyder, L. V. A tight approximation for a continuous-review inventory model with supplier disruptions. International Journal of Production Economics 155 (Special Issue: “Celebrating a Century of the Economic Order Quantity Model”), 91-108, 2014. [SSRN] [DOI]
  26. Schmitt, A. J., S. A. Sun, L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Centralization versus decentralization: Risk pooling, risk diversification, and supply uncertainty in a one-warehouse multiple-retailer system. OMEGA 52, 201-212, 2014. [SSRN] [DOI]
  27. Chen, C., K. G. Nagananda, G. Xiong, S. Kishore, and L. V. Snyder. A communication-based appliance scheduling scheme for consumer-premise energy management systems. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 4(1), 56-65, 2013. [PDF] [DOI]
  28. Latifoglu, C. L., P. Belotti, and L. V. Snyder. Models for production planning under power interruptions. Naval Research Logistics 60(5), 413-431, 2013. [SSRN] [DOI]
  29. Schmitt, A. and L. V. Snyder. Infinite-horizon models for inventory control under yield uncertainty and disruptions. Computers and Operations Research 39(4), 850-862, 2012. [SSRN] [DOI]
  30. Peng, P., L. V. Snyder, Z. Liu, and A. Lim. Reliable logistics networks design with facility disruptions. Transportation Research-Part B 45(8), 1190-1211, 2011. [DOI]
  31. Rong, Y., L. V. Snyder, and Y. Sun. Inventory sharing under decentralized preventive transshipments. Naval Research Logistics 57(6), 540-562, 2010. [SSRN] [DOI]
  32. Qi, L., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. The effect of supply disruptions on supply chain design decisions. Transportation Science 44(2), 274-289, 2010. [PDF] [DOI]
  33. Schmitt, A. J., L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Inventory systems with stochastic demand and supply: Properties and approximations. European Journal of Operational Research 206(2), 313-328, 2010. [SSRN] [DOI]
  34. Qi, L., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. A continuous-review inventory model with disruptions at both supplier and retailer. Production and Operations Management 18(5), 516-532, 2009. [PDF] [DOI]
  35. Rong, Y., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. The impact of ordering behavior on order-quantity variability: A study of forward and reverse bullwhip effects. Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal 20(1), 95-124, 2009. [SSRN] [DOI]
  36. Ross, A. M., Y. Rong, and L. V. Snyder. Supply disruptions with time-dependent parameters. Computers and Operations Research 35(11), 3504-3529, 2008. [PDF] [DOI]
  37. Snyder, L. V., M. S. Daskin, and C.–P. Teo. The stochastic location model with risk pooling. European Journal of Operational Research 179(3), 1221-1238, 2007. [PDF] [DOI]
  38. Hartman, J. H., S. C. Liedka, and L. V. Snyder. The impact of US tax depreciation law on asset location and ownership decisions. Computers and Operations Research 34(12), 3560-3568, 2007. [PDF] [DOI]
  39. Snyder, L. V. Facility location under uncertainty: A review. IIE Transactions 38(7), 537-554, 2006. [PDF] [summary table] [DOI]
  40. Snyder, L. V., and M. S. Daskin. Stochastic p-robust location problems. IIE Transactions 38(11), 971-985, 2006. [PDF] [data sets] [DOI]
  41. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. A random-key genetic algorithm for the generalized traveling salesman problem. European Journal of Operational Research 174(1), 38-53, 2006. [PDF] [data sets] [DOI]
  42. Snyder, L. V. and Z.-J. M. Shen. Supply chain management under the threat of disruptions. The Bridge (National Academy of Engineering), 36(4), 39-45, Winter 2006. [HTML].
  43. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. Reliability models for facility location: The expected failure cost case. Transportation Science 39(3), 400-416, 2005. [PDF] [data sets] [DOI]

Refereed Conference Proceedings (selected)

  1. Mohammadreza Nazari, Afshin Oroojlooy, Martin Takáč, and L. V. Snyder. Reinforcement learning for solving the vehicle routing problem. Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), 2018. [arXiv] [NIPS]
  2. Afshin Oroojlooyjadid, MohammadReza Nazari, L. V. Snyder, and Martin Takáč. A deep Q-network for the beer game: A reinforcement learning algorithm to solve inventory optimization problems. Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), Deep Reinforcement Learning Symposium, 2017.
  3. Yao, J., P. Venkitasubramaniam, S. Kishore, L. V. Snyder, and R. Blum. Network topology risk assessment of stealthy cyber attack on advanced metering infrastructure network. 51st Annual Conference on Information Systems and Sciences (CISS 2017), 2017.
  4. Senam Sedzro, K. and L. V. Snyder. Optimization of wind and storage dispatch for enhanced market opportunities. Proc of 33rd USAEE/IAEE North American Conference, 2015.
  5. Vellaboyana, B. R., A. Oroojlooyjadid, D. Fooladivanda, J. A. Taylor, and L. V. Snyder. Optimal scheduling of networked energy storages. Proc. of 2015 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP), 982-986, 2015. [DOI]
  6. Liu, F., Q. He, Z. Wang, R. S. Blum, L. V. Snyder, and S. Kishore. Properties of the optimum linear arrays of wave power devices. Proc. of 2015 IEEE China Summit and International Conference on Signal and Information Processing (ChinaSIP), 373-377, 2015. [DOI]
  7. Snyder, L. V. and M. Mohsen Moarefdoost. Optimizing wave farm layouts under uncertainty. Proc. Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS), 2015. [PDF]
  8. Snyder, L. V. and M. Mohsen Moarefdoost. Layouts for ocean wave energy farms: Models, properties, and heuristic. Proc. Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS), 2014. [PDF]
  9. Chen, C., K. G. Nagananda, G. Xiong, S. Kishore, and L. V. Snyder. Analysis of a joint access and scheduling scheme for residential energy management controller. Proc. 7th IEEE Sensor Array Multichannel (SAM) Signal Processing Workshop, 21-24, 2012.
  10. Chen, C., S. Kishore, and L. V. Snyder. An innovative RTP-based residential power scheduling scheme for smart grids. Proc. of IEEE Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 5956-5959, 2011. [PDF]
  11. Kishore, S. and L. V. Snyder. Control mechanisms for residential electricity demand in SmartGrids. Proc. of IEEE Smart Grid Communications Conference (SmartGridComm), October 4-6, 2010. [PDF]
  12. P. Peng, L. V. Snyder, Z. Liu, and A. Lim. A p-robust capacitated network design model with facility disruptions. Proc. of the 8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium, 269-280, 2010. [DOI]

Invited Book Chapters

  1. Pirhooshyaran, M. and L. V. Snyder. Optimization of inventory and distribution for hip and knee joint replacements via multistage stochastic programming. In “”Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications MOPTA 2017: Selected Contributions,” J. Pinter and T. Terlaky, eds., 2019. [DOI]
  2. Snyder, L. V. Inventory and supply chain optimization. In “Advances and Trends in Optimization with Engineering Applications,” T. Terlaky, M. Anjos, and S. Ahmed (eds.), SIAM, Chapter 33, 439-455, 2017. [DOI]
  3. Atan, Z. and L. V. Snyder. EOQ models with supply disruptions. In “EOQ Inventory Problems: Stochastic and Deterministic Models and Applications,” T.-M. Choi (ed.), New York: Springer, Chapter 3, 43-55, 2014. [DOI]
  4. Atan, Z. and L. V. Snyder. Inventory strategies to manage supply disruptions. In “Supply Chain Disruptions: Theory and Practice of Managing Risk,” H. Gurnani, A. Mehrotra, and S. Ray (eds.), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Chapter 5, 115-139, 2012. [DOI]
  5. Snyder, L. V. Introduction to facility location. In “Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science,” J. J. Cochran (ed.), New York: Wiley, 2011. [DOI]
  6. Snyder, L. V. Covering problems. In “Foundations of Location Analysis,” H. A. Eiselt and V. Marianov (eds.), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Chapter 6, 109-135, 2011. [PDF]
  7. Snyder, L. V. and Z.-J. M. Shen. Supply chain management under the threat of disruptions. In “Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2006 Symposium,” Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 139-147, 2007.
  8. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. Models for reliable supply chain network design. In “Critical Infrastructure: Reliability and Vulnerability,” A. T. Murray and T. H. Grubesic (eds.), Chapter 13, pp. 257-289, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2007. [PDF]
  9. Snyder, L. V., Scaparra, M. P., Daskin, M. S., and R. L. Church. Planning for disruptions in supply chain networks. In “TutORials in Operations Research,” Johnson, M. P., B. Norman, and N. Secomandi (eds.), Chap. 9, Baltimore: INFORMS, 234-257, 2006. [PDF]
  10. Daskin, M. S., L. V. Snyder, and R. T. Berger. Facility location in supply chain design. In “Logistics Systems: Design and Operation,” A. Langevin and D. Riopel (eds.), Chap. 2, New York: Springer, 39-66, 2005. [PDF]

Working Papers and Theses

  1. Z. Atan and L. V. Snyder. Disruptions in one-warehouse multiple-retailer systems. Working paper. [SSRN]
  2. Tomlin, B.T. and L. V. Snyder. On the value of a threat advisory system for managing supply chain disruptions. Technical report, 2007. [PDF]
  3. L. V. Snyder and Z.-J. M. Shen. Supply and demand uncertainty in multi-echelon supply chains. Technical report, 2006. [PDF]
  4. Snyder, L. V. Supply chain robustness and reliability: Models and algorithms. Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, 2003. [PDF]
  5. Snyder, L. V. Combinatorial rigidity and the path decomposition of isostatic graphs, B.A. honors thesis, Amherst College, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, 1996. (Thesis advisors: Ruth Haas and Norton Starr.)

Technical Reports

  1. Snyder, L. V. q-Factor optimization for 2-WEC arrays. Lehigh University Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering Tech Report #14T-001, 2014. [PDF]

Other Publications

  1. Edwards., S. M. and L. Snyder. Yes, balancing work and parenting is impossible. Here’s the data. Washington Post, page B1, July 10, 2020. [link]
  2. Snyder, L. V. Multi-period optimal power flow problems. Optima 93, 8-9, December 2013. [PDF]
  3. Kishore, S., L. V. Snyder, and P. Pradhan. Electricity from ocean wave energy: Technologies, opportunities and challenges. IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter, February 2013. [link]
  4. Snyder, L. V., A. Sargent, M. Schlosser, and S. Orwan. The software question: To buy or build? CSCMP Supply Chain Quarterly, 46-50, Quarter 1/2009. [link]
  5. Snyder, L. V., Z.-J. M. Shen, and J. L. Sutherland. Řízení dodavatelských řetězců ve světě ohroženém výpadky / Supply chain management considerations under the threat of disruptions. Reliant Logistic News (Czech Republic), 16-18, 2008.
  6. Snyder, L. V., Z.-J. M. Shen, and J. L. Sutherland (2006). Supply chain management considerations under the threat of disruptions. Center for Value Chain Research white paper #0603, Lehigh University.
  7. Simchi-Levi, D., L. Snyder, and M. Watson. Strategies for uncertain times, Supply Chain Management Review 6(1), 11–12, 2002.

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