Charles E. Blair
Professor of Business Administration
M.A., Carnegie Mellon University, 1975, 1972
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971.
the University of Illinois since 1976.
Blair, C.1998. Sensitivity analysis for knapsack problems: A
negative result. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 81:
Blair, C. 1997. Integer and Mixed-Integer Programming. In T.
Gal & H. J. Greenburg (Eds.), Advances in sensitivity
analysis and parametric programming. Norwell, MA: Kluwer
Blair, C., & Monahan, G. 1995. Optimal sequential file
search: A reduced-state dynamic programming approach.
European Journal of Operational Research, 86: 358-365.
SIAM Review, 2001.
linear and integer programming, game theory, computational complexity
and cryptography. Research interests include the theoretical aspects
of operations research, game theory, and computers, especially encryption
technology as it pertains to confidentiality.
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