Virginia M. Miori

Virginia Miori, PhD, is an Associate Professor at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University, holding a doctoral degree in Operations Research. She also holds an MS in Operations Research from Case Western Reserve University and an MS in Transportation from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Miori has 14 years of teaching experience and over twelve years of experience in developing and implementing statistical and operations research models in industry. She is active in research in the areas of supply chain, scheduling and predictive analytics and has received an Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence, an Outstanding Research award and an Outstanding Dissertation award. Dr. Miori is also active in professional organizations and service to her university.

Publications

Consumer Online Behavior, Data Sharing, and Ethics
Virginia M. Miori, Richard T. Herschel. © 2020. 16 pages.
This chapter reports the results of a survey that examines how a sampling of millennials describes their online activity, their social engagement, and their priorities when they...
Exploring Big Data Footprints and Ethics: An Undergraduate Student Focus
Virginia M. Miori, Richard T. Herschel. © 2019. 15 pages.
Big Data is collected via engagement in online activity and undergraduate students tend to be particularly heavy users of digital media. This article explores their online...
Heuristic Approach to Temporal Assignments of Spatial Grid Points for Vegetation Monitoring
Virginia M. Miori, Nicolle Clements, Brian W. Segulin. © 2019. 19 pages.
In this research, vegetation trends are studied to give valuable information toward effective land use in the East African region, based on the normalized difference vegetation...
The Pollyanna Problem: Assignment of Participants in a Gift Exchange
Virginia M. Miori. © 2014. 12 pages.
The assignment problem serves as the basis for a novel formulation and initial approach to assigning participants in holiday “Pollyanna” gift exchanges. This research presents...
Application of Triplet Notation and Dynamic Programming to Single-Line, Multi-Product Dairy Production Scheduling
Virginia M. Miori, Brian Segulin. © 2012. 12 pages.
The application of optimal methods for production scheduling in the dairy industry has been limited. Within supply chain terminology, dairy production was generally considered a...
Business Plus Intelligence Plus Technology Equals Business Intelligence
Ira Yermish, Virginia Miori, John Yi, Rashmi Malhotra, Ronald Klimberg. © 2012. 16 pages.
In this article the authors will show how the parallel developments of information technology at the operational business level and decision support concepts progressed through...
Application of Triplet Notation and Dynamic Programming to Single-Line, Multi-Product Dairy Production Scheduling
Virginia M. Miori, Brian Segulin. © 2012. 12 pages.
The application of optimal methods for production scheduling in the dairy industry has been limited. Within supply chain terminology, dairy production was generally considered a...
International Journal of Business Intelligence Research (IJBIR)
Shah J Miah. Est. 2010.
The International Journal of Business Intelligence Research (IJBIR) is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to exchanging the latest academic research and practical findings on...
Business Plus Intelligence Plus Technology Equals Business Intelligence
Ira Yermish, Virginia Miori, John Yi, Rashmi Malhotra, Ronald Klimberg. © 2010. 16 pages.
In this article the authors will show how the parallel developments of information technology at the operational business level and decision support concepts progressed through...
Application of Triplet Notation and Dynamic Programming to Single-Line, Multi-Product Dairy Production Scheduling
Virginia M. Miori, Brian Segulin. © 2010. 12 pages.
The application of optimal methods for production scheduling in the dairy industry has been limited. Within supply chain terminology, dairy production was generally considered a...