Terry Harrison and Colleagues Win DSI Best Application Paper Research Award
The paper "SCML: A Generalized Supply Chain Description Language" by Dean Chatfield, Terry Harrison and Jack Hayya won the 2005 DSI Best Application Paper Research Award at the 2005 Annual Meeting of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) in San Francisco.
The authors were formally recognized when the award was presented at the DSI Luncheon in November 2005. This achievement was also announced in the October 2005 issue of Decision Line .
DSI is a multidisciplinary international association dedicated to advancing knowledge and improving instruction in all business and related disciplines. The Decision Sciences Institute's 2005 Annual Meeting theme focused on facilitating decision making at the functional interface.