PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Rubinstein Reuven-Yacov (Deceased)
No of theses 15
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
Department Web Site
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Radislav Vaisman 2014 PhD Abstracts Stochastic Enumeration Methods for Counting, Rare-Events and Optimization
Andrey Dolgin 2010 PhD Abstracts Randomized Algorithms with Splitting
Yochai Gat 2008 PhD Abstracts Entropy Based Estimation of Distribution Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization, Counting and Policy Search
Dmitry Liber 1999 PhD Rare-Event Estimation via Cross-Entropy and Importance Sampling
Alexander Libster 2009 MSc Abstracts Entropy and Cloning Methods for Rare Events, Counting and Optimization
Dmitry Lifshits 2007 MSc Abstracts Cross-Entropy Application for Combinatorial Optimization, Counting and Rare Events Estimation
Rostislav Man 2004 MSc Abstracts Rare Event Simulation for Heavy-Tailed Distributions Using Cross-Entropy Method
Leonid Margolin 2003 MSc Abstracts Cross-Entropy Method for Combinatorial Optimization
Levon Kikanian 2002 MSc Abstracts Rare Events for Determenistic and Stochastic Combinatorial Optimization Problems
Dmitry Liber 1994 MSc On-Line Optimization of Discret Event Systems
Yaron Itzhaki 1994 MSc Stochastic Optimization of Open Queuing Networks by the
Idmit Raz 1991 MSc The Efficiency of Sf Method for Sensitivity Ana.and Opt
Tamar Gadrich 1990 MSc Radon-Nykdym Applications for Simulation of Stochastic
Alonso Perez-Luna 1990 MSc Sensitixity Analysis and Optimization of Discrete Events
Joel Sterental 1990 MSc Performance Exaluation and Optimization of Simulation Models