Gerzson Kéri (Budapest, Hungary)
senior researcher
keri@sztaki.hu
http://www.sztaki.hu/~keri
Computer and Automation Research Institute
of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence
Research Group of Operations
Research and Decision Systems
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 The following two papers were presented at the 19th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Budapest, Hungary, 59 July 2010:
 Publications: 1. Most recent papers:

G. Kéri and T. Szántai,
Combinatorial results on the fitting problems of the multivariate gamma
distribution introduced by Prékopa and Szántai, Annals of Operations Research (Special Volume: Stochastic Modeling and Optimization  Dedicated to the 80th Birthday of Professor András Prékopa),
doi: 10.1007/s1047901110300

G. Kéri,
On qualitatively consistent, transitive and contradictory judgment matrices emerging from
multiattribute decision procedures, CEJOR (2010), doi: 10.1007/s1010001001387

C.J. Colbourn, G. Kéri, P.P. Rivas Soriano and J.C. SchlagePuchta,
Covering and Radiuscovering Arrays: Constructions and Classification, Discrete Applied Mathematics 158(2010)11581180
 Publications: 2. Earlier papers (selection):
 On the minimization of the general entropy function on a convex set, Alkalmazott Matematikai Lapok 4(1978)95108 (in Hungarian). Translation from Hungarian to English.
 The ShermanMorrison formula for the determinant and its application for optimizing quadratic functions on condition sets given by extreme generators, in: Optimization Theory (Mátraháza, 1999)(eds: F. Giannessi, P. Pardalos and T. Rapcsák), Appl. Optim., 59, Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht, 2001, 119138. Long version with computational results.
 The Number of Inequivalent (2R+3,7)R Optimal Covering Codes
[Postsript]
[PDF],
G. Kéri and P. R. J. Östergård, J. Integer Seq. 9(2006) 06.4.7.
 Publications: 3. Web tables:
 Link to the list of my all publications
 Link to the bibliography of publications related to covering radius,
prepared and maintained by A. Lobstein