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Search > Member Results > Dr. Hossein Arsham

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Dr. Hossein Arsham

Gold Level Contributor  MERLOT Author
The Wright Distinguished Research Professor of Decision Science, Statistics, and Systems Simulation
University of Baltimore
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: May 05, 2007
Member Since: May 15, 2001

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  • University of Baltimore (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, MD, United States)

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Professional URL: http://www.ubalt.edu

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  • Business/Management/Strategy (Expert)
    My interest is in a broad field known as analytical Modeling Process for Strategic Decision Making, that is, thinking based on measurable, and numerical scales to improve decisions concerning the design and/or operation of complex systems. My first degree is in physics, which deals with modeling of nature; the second is in Management Science, which consists of modeling human activities. Finally, my doctoral degree is in General Operations Research, which covers all aspects of modeling process namely; describing; prescribing; and controlling the design and operation of complex systems. My teaching, research, and consulting areas are multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary on optimization, Systems Simulation, and Statistical Data Analysis.