Items by Meeran, Sheik
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Meeran, S., Goodwin, P., Jahanbin, S. and Quariguasi Frota Neto, J., 2017. When do changes in consumer preferences make forecasts from choice-based conjoint models unreliable? European Journal of Operational Research, 258 (2), pp. 512-524. Item availability may be restricted.
Meeran, S., Goodwin, P. and Yalabik, B., 2016. A parsimonious explanation of observed biases when forecasting one's own performance. International Journal of Forecasting, 32 (1), pp. 112-120. Item availability may be restricted.
Goodwin, P., Meeran, S. and Dyussekeneva, K., 2014. The challenges of pre-launch forecasting of adoption time series for new durable products. International Journal of Forecasting, 30 (4), 1082–1097.
Meeran, S. and Morshed, M. S., 2014. Evaluation of a hybrid genetic tabu search framework on job shop scheduling benchmark problems. International Journal of Production Research, 52 (9), pp. 5780-2798.
Goodwin, P., Dyussekeneva, K. and Meeran, S., 2013. The use of analogies in forecasting the annual sales of new electronics products. IMA Journal of Management Mathematics, 24 (4), pp. 407-422.
Meeran, S., Dyussekeneva, K. and Goodwin, P., 2013. Sales forecasting using combination of diffusion model and forecast market:An adaption of prediction/preference markets. In: 7th IFAC Conference on Manufacturing Modelling, Management, and Control, MIM 2013, 2013-06-19 - 2017-12-21. IFAC, pp. 87-92. (Manufacturing Modelling, Management, and Control; 7/1)
Goodwin, P. and Meeran, S., 2012. Robust testing of the utility-based high-technology product sales forecasting models proposed by Decker and Gnibba-Yukawa. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 29 (S1), pp. 211-218.
Dyussekeneva, K. and Meeran, S., 2012. New Product Forecasting:Judgmental, Statistical and Combination methods. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP).
Meeran, S. and Morshed, M. S., 2012. A hybrid genetic tabu search algorithm for solving job shop scheduling problems:a case study. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 23 (4), pp. 1063-1078.
Sidawi, B. and Meeran, S., 2011. A framework for providing lifelong finance to the owners of affordable dwellings in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Cities, 28 (2), pp. 138-146.
Wilkins, S. and Meeran, S., 2011. Student performance–university preference model:a framework for helping students choose the right A‐level subjects. Educational Studies, 37 (5), pp. 541-555.
Onal, L., Zeydan, M., Korkmaz, M. and Meeran, S., 2009. Predicting the seam strength of notched webbings for parachute assemblies using the Taguchi's design of experiment and artificial neural networks. Textile Research Journal, 79 (5), pp. 468-478.
Afzal, M. T. and Meeran, S., 2006. Recognising features from orthographic images using neural networks:a framework for CADCAM and AVI integration. International Journal of Production Research, 44 (22), pp. 4959-4986.
Meeran, S., Taib, J. M. and Afzal, M. T., 2003. Recognizing features from engineering drawings without using hidden line:a framework to link feature recognition and inspection systems. International Journal of Production Research, 41 (3), pp. 465-495.
Meeran, S. and Zulkifli, A. H., 2002. Recognition of simple and complex interacting non-orthogonal features. Pattern Recognition, 35 (11), pp. 2341-2353.
Jain, A. S. and Meeran, S., 2002. A multi-level hybrid framework applied to the general flow-shop scheduling problem. Computers and Operations Research, 29 (13), pp. 1873-1901.