1. E.
Khmelnitsky, “Decomposition of control variation in an optimal control problem
with mixed and state constraints”, *Problems
of Modern Mathematics in Physics and Mechanics*, MFTI, Moscow, 1989, pp. 140-143 (in Russian).

2. A. Ilyutovich and E. Khmelnitsky, “A decomposition method for
finding a descent variation in an optimal control problem with mixed and state
constraints”, *VNIISI Transactions*,
Vol. 1, 1989, pp. 35-44 (in
Russian).

3. A. Ilyutovich and E. Khmelnitsky, “Numerical methods for an optimal control problem with constraints on
state variables, based on the maximum principle”, VNIISI Publishing,
Moscow, 1991 (in Russian).

4. K.
Kogan and E. Khmelnitsky, “A directed search strategy for tandem scheduling
system”, in *Artificial Intelligence in
Engineering: Applications and Techniques* (Ed. G. Rzevski,
J. Pastor, R.A.Adey),
Elsevier, 1993, pp. 643-655.

5. E.
Khmelnitsky and K. Kogan, “Necessary optimality conditions for a generalized
problem of production scheduling”, *Optimal
Control Applications and Methods*, Vol. 15, 1994, pp. 215-222.

6. E.
Khmelnitsky, K. Kogan and O. Maimon, “A maximum principle based combined method
for scheduling in a flexible manufacturing system”, *Discrete Event Dynamic Systems*, Vol. 5, 1995, pp. 343-355.

7. K.
Kogan and E. Khmelnitsky, “An optimal control method for aggregate production
planning in large-scale manufacturing systems with capacity expansion and
deterioration”, *Computers and Industrial
Engineering*, Vol. 28, no. 4, 1995,
pp. 851-859.

8. K.
Kogan and E. Khmelnitsky, “An optimal control model for continuous-time
production and setup scheduling”, *International
Journal of Production Research*, Vol. 34, no. 3, 1996**, **pp.** **715-725.

9. E.
Khmelnitsky, K. Kogan and O. Maimon, “Optimal flow control for continuous-time
scheduling in flexible manufacturing systems”, *International Transactions in Operational Research*, Vol. 2, no. 4, 1996, pp. 331-339.

10. E.
Khmelnitsky, K. Kogan, “Production flow control: balancing facilities under
fixed initial inventory conditions”, *International Journal of Operations and
Quantitative Management*, Vol. 2, no. 1, 1996, pp. 25-33.

11. E. Khmelnitsky and K. Kogan, “Optimal policies
for aggregate production and capacity planning under rapidly changing demand
conditions”, *International Journal of Production Research*, Vol. 34, no.
7, 1996, pp. 1929-1941.

12. E.
Khmelnitsky, K. Kogan and O. Maimon, “Maximum principle-based methods for
production scheduling with partially sequence-dependent setups”, *International
Journal of Production Research*, Vol. 35, no. 10, 1997, pp. 2701-2712.

13. K.
Kogan, E. Khmelnitsky, A. Shtub and O. Maimon,
“Optimal flow control of flexible manufacturing systems: setup
localization by an iterative procedure”, *International
Journal of Production Economics*, No. 51, 1997, pp. 37-46.

14. K.
Kogan and E. Khmelnitsky, “Tracking Dynamic Demands in Managerial Systems with
Continuously-Divisible, Doubly Constrained Resources”, *Journal of Global Optimization*, Vol.13, no. 1, 1998, pp.43-59.

15. E.
Khmelnitsky, M. Caramanis, “One-Machine *n*-Part-Type Optimal Set-up Scheduling:
Analytical Characterization of Switching Surfaces”, *IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control*, Vol.43, no. 11, 1998, pp. 1584-1588.

16. K.
Kogan, E. Khmelnitsky and O. Maimon, “Balancing facilities in aggregate
production planning: make-to-order and make-to-stock environments”, *International Journal of Production Research*,
Vol. 36, no. 9, 1998, pp.
2585-2596.

17. K.
Kogan, E. Khmelnitsky and A. Shmilovici, “A tandem
approach to near-optimal setup scheduling in manufacturing systems”, *International Journal of Operations and
Quantitative Management*, Vol. 4, no. 1, 1998, pp. 55-67.

18. E.
Khmelnitsky, “Setup scheduling of manufacturing systems as the art of
juggling”, *Discrete Event Dynamic Systems*,
Vol. 9, no. 3, 1999, pp.
241-260.

19. E.
Khmelnitsky, K. Kogan and O. Maimon, “A time-decomposition method for
sequence-dependent setup scheduling under pressing demand conditions”, *IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control*,
Vol. 45, no. 4, 2000, pp.
638-652.

20. O.
Maimon, E. Khmelnitsky and K. Kogan, “Production flow control in a cell with
groups of identical machines”, *IIE
Transactions*, Vol. 32, no. 7, 2000,
pp. 599-611.

21. I.
Ben-Gal, E. Khmelnitsky, “On the uncertainties of decentralized controllers in
a transfer production line” *IIE
Transactions*,* *Vol. 32, no. 10, 2000, pp. 953-961.

22. E.
Khmelnitsky, “On an optimal control problem of train operation”, *IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control*,
Vol. 45, no. 7, 2000, pp.
1257-1266.

23. K.
Kogan, E. Khmelnitsky, E. Levner, “A combinatorial
approach to a class of parallel-machine, continuous-time scheduling problems”, *IIE Transactions*, Vol. 34, no. 3, 2002, pp. 223-231.

24. E.
Khmelnitsky, “A combinatorial, graph-based solution method for a class of
continuous-time optimal control problems” *Mathematics
of Operations Research*, Vol. 27, no. 2, 2002, pp. 312-325.

25. E.
Khmelnitsky, Y. Gerchak, “Optimal control approach to production systems with inventory-level
dependent demand”, *IEEE Trans. on
Automatic Control*, Vol. 47, no. 2, 2002,
pp. 289-292.

26. A. Herbon, E. Khmelnitsky, F. Blanchini,
“Effective information for off-line stochastic feedback and optimal control of
dynamic systems”, *Journal of Optimization
Theory and Applications*, Vol. 116, no. 2, 2003, pp. 283-310.

27. Y. Gerchak, E. Khmelnitsky, “A consignment
system where suppliers cannot verify retailer’s sales reports”, *International Journal of Production
Economics*, no. 83, 2003, pp.
37-43.

28. A. Herbon, E. Khmelnitsky, O. Maimon, Y. Yakubov,
“Reduction of future information required for optimal control of dynamic
systems: a pseudo-stochastic model”, *IEEE
Trans. on Automatic Control*,* *Vol.
48, no. 6, 2003, pp. 1025-1029.

29. A. Herbon, E.
Khmelnitsky, O. Maimon, “Effective information horizon length in measuring
off-line performance of stochastic dynamic systems", *European Journal of Operational Research*, no. 157, 2004, pp. 688-703.

30. E.
Khmelnitsky, M. Tzur, “Parallelism of continuous- and discrete-time production
planning problems”, *IIE Transactions*,
vol. 36, no. 7, 2004, pp.
611-628.

31. K.
Kogan, E. Khmelnitsky, T. Ibaraki, “Dynamic generalized assignment problems
with stochastic demands and multiple agent-task relationships”, *Journal of Global Optimization*, vol. 31,
2005, pp. 17-43.

32. A. Herbon, E. Khmelnitsky,
I. Ben-Gal, “Using a pseudo-stochastic approach for multiple-parts scheduling on
an unreliable machine”, *IIE Transactions*,
vol. 37, no. 3, 2005, pp.
189-199.

33. A. Herbon, E.
Khmelnitsky, I. Ben-Gal, “Throughput of multiple part-type systems: a
subjective linear measure”, *International
Journal for Manufacturing Science and Production*, vol. 6, no. 3, 2005, pp. 143-151.

34. Y.
Gerchak, E. Khmelnitsky, L. Robinson, "Untruthful probabilistic demand
forecasts in vendor-managed revenue-sharing contracts: coordinating the
chain",* Naval Research Logistics*,
vol. 54, no. 7,** **2007, pp. 742-749.

35. A. Herbon, E. Khmelnitsky, "A pseudo-stochastic approach
for optimal decision making under limited information: a case of an aggregate
production system", *International
Transactions in Operational Research*, vol. 17, no.2, 2010, pp. 197-206.

36. A. Herbon, E. Khmelnitsky, "Transient Little's Law for
the first and second moments of G/M/1/N queue measures", *Journal of Service Science and Management*,
vol. 3, no. 4, 2010, pp 512-519.

37. G.
Singer, E. Khmelnitsky, "A finite-horizon, stochastic optimal control
policy for a production-inventory system with backlog-dependent lost
sales", *IIE Transactions*, vol.
42, no.12, 2010, pp. 855-864.

38. E.
Khmelnitsky, E. Presman, S. Sethi, “Optimal
production control of a failure-prone machine", *Annals of Operations Research*, vol. 182, no. 1, 2011, pp. 67-86.

39. Y.
Bukchin, E. Khmelnitsky, P. Yakuel, "Optimizing
a dynamic order-picking process", *European
Journal of Operational Research*, vol. 219, no. 2, 2012, pp. 335-346.

40. E.
Khmelnitsky, E. Kagan, “The dynamics of
concepts in a homogeneous community”, *Entropy*, vol. 15, no. 6, 2013, pp.
2012-2022.

41. E. Khmelnitsky, G. Singer,
"An optimal inventory management problem with reputation-dependent demand",
*Annals of Operations Research*,
vol. 231, 2015, pp. 305-316.

42. Y. Luzon, Y. Marmor,
E. Khmelnitsky, “Optimal control of a two-server flow-shop network”, *Journal
of Scheduling*, vol. 18, 2015, pp. 513-524.

43. T. Chernonog, E.
Khmelnitsky, "An optimal time-management policy for labor supply and
consumption decisions", *Central
European Journal of Operations Research*, vol. 24, 2016,
pp. 617-635.

44. Y. Luzon, E. Khmelnitsky__,__
Y. Marmor, “Minimum flow time in a tandem two-server
fluid network”, *IEEE Trans. on Automatic
Control*,
vol. 62, 2017, pp.3540-3545.

45. H. Amrani,
E. Khmelnitsky, “Estimation of quantiles of non-stationary demand
distributions”, *IISE Transactions*, vol. 49, 2017, pp. 381-396.

46. A. Herbon, E.
Khmelnitsky, “Optimal dynamic pricing and ordering of a perishable product
under additive effects of price and time on demand”, *EJOR*, vol. 260,
2017, pp. 546-556.

47. H. Amrani,
E. Khmelnitsky, “Optimal division of inventory between depot and bases”, *Naval
Research Logistics*, vol. 64, 2017, pp. 3-18.

48. E. Avraham, T. Raviv, E.
Khmelnitsky, “The decentralized field service routing problem”, *Transportation
Research Part B*, vol. 104, 2017, pp. 290-316.