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Marks, N. B. & McClure, R. H. (1992).  A Combined Methodologies Approach to Problem Solving in Management Science Courses. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science & Technology.

Marks, . B. & McClure, R. H. (1992).  A Combined-Methodologies Approach to Problem Solving In Management Science Courses. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science & Technology, 219-224.

Marks, N. B. (1991).  Introduction of Criticality Indices into PERT Instruction. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science & Technology, 223-228.

Marks, N. B. (1988).  Evaluating the Effects of Automated Assembly Line Design Variations. Production and Inventory Management Journal, 29 (4), 32-37.

Marks, N. B. (1987).  Output Analysis of an Automated Serial Assembly Line. International Journal of Production Research, 1197-1207.

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Marks, N. B. (2007).  The Effect of Group Size on the Power of Hartley's Test. Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (2007).  An Analysis of Temperature Forecast Error for 15 American Cities. Proceedings of Midwest DSI, 2002-2205.

Marks, N. B. (2006).  Confidence Intervals for the Shape Parameter of the Gamma Distribution. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (2004).  A Markovian Analysis of the Transitions in College Football Standings. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (2003).  Pilot Samples and a Model for Evaluating Alternatives for Computation of Ultimate Sample Size. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (2002).  An Investigation of the Relation Between the Durbin-Watson Statistic and the Autocorrelation Coefficient. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (2001).  Parameters and Distributions for Cycle Times of Linked Assembly Lines. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (2001).  Humanities and Statistics: Ever the Twain Shall Meet. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. & ’Connell, R. T. (2000).  Using Statistical Control Charts to Analyze Data from Student Evaluations of Teaching. Decision Sciences Institute.

Pratsini, E., Marks, N. B. , & Krehbiel, T. C. (1999).  Simulating alternative production schedules with variable technology. International Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B., Pratsini, E., & Krehbiel, T. C. (1999).  Simulating Alternative Production Schedules with Variable Technology. International Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (1998).  Using Markov Chains to Evaluate Capital Projects with Interdependent Cash Flows. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. (1998).  A Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test for the Erlang-3 and Erlang-4 Distributions. Decision Sciences Institute.

Marks, N. B. & Pratsini, E. (1997).  Sequencing Rules for Production Schedules with Variable Technology: A Simulation Experiment. Decision Sciences Institute, 1000-1002.

Marks, N. B. & Koehler, A. B. (1996).  EWMA Tracking Signals for Autoregressive Models. Decision Sciences Institute, 1152-1154.

Marks, N. B. (1996).  Expected Values for the M/M/1/k Queue with State-Dependent Service Times. Decision Sciences Institute, 1010.

Marks, N. B. (1995).  A Simulation Analysis of the M/M/1/k Queue with State-Dependent Service Times. Midwest Decision Sciences Institute, 247-249.

Marks, N. B. (1995).  Another Look at Erlang-k Queues. Decision Sciences Institute, 936-938.

Marks, N. B. (1995).  On the Use of Sturges' Rule for Frequency Distributions. Decision Sciences Institute, 1016-1018.

Marks, N. B. (1994).  Probability Distributions for the Relative Precision of Confidence Intervals in Terminating Simulations. Decision Sciences Institute, 1177-1179.

Marks, N. B. (1994).  Evaluation of Preliminary Samples in Confidence Interval Estimation of the Mean. Decision Sciences Institute, 1376-1378.

Marks, N. B., Bowerman, B. L. , McClure, R. H. , & O'Connell, R. T. (1993).  A Decision Science Thematic Sequence in a Liberal Education Program. Decision Sciences Institute, 298-300.

Marks, N. B. & McClure, R. H. (1993).  Emphasizing the 'Science' in the Introductory Management Science Course: A First Step. Decision Sciences Institute, 308.

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