Muhammad Azam Sheikh

Forskningsingenjör at Data Science Research Engineers

Showing 13 publications

2018

Data-driven algorithm for throughput bottleneck analysis of production systems

Mukund Subramaniyan, Anders Skoogh, Hans Salomonsson et al
Production and Manufacturing Research. Vol. 6 (1), p. 225-246
Journal article
2016

Summarizing online user reviews using bicliques

Muhammad Azam Sheikh, Peter Damaschke, Olof Mogren
Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 9587, p. 569-579
Paper in proceedings
2014

Strict group testing and the set basis problem

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh, Gabor Wiener
Journal of Combinatorial Theory - Series A. Vol. 126 (1), p. 70-91
Journal article
2013

Two new perspectives on multi-stage group testing

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh, Eberhard Triesch
Algorithmica. Vol. 67 (3), p. 324-354
Journal article
2013

A toolbox for provably optimal multistage strict group testing strategies

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh
19th International Computing and Combinatorics Conference COCOON 2013, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 7936, p. 446-457
Paper in proceedings
2012

Randomized group testing both query-optimal and minimal adaptive

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 7147, p. 214-225
Paper in proceedings
2011

Bounds for nonadaptive group tests to estimate the amount of defectives

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Discrete Mathematics, Algorithms and Applications. Vol. 3 (4), p. 517-536
Journal article
2010

Competitive group testing and learning hidden vertex covers with minimum adaptivity

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Discrete Mathematics, Algorithms and Applications. Vol. 2 (3), p. 291-311
Journal article
2010

Bounds for nonadaptive group tests to estimate the amount of defectives

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 6509 (PART 2), p. 117-130
Paper in proceedings
2009

Competitive group testing and learning hidden vertex covers with minimum adaptivity

Peter Damaschke, Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 5699, p. 84-95
Paper in proceedings

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Showing 2 research projects

2018–2021

Future of sharing schedule information in automotive industry supply chains using advanced data analytics

Patrik Jonsson Supply and Operations Management
Magnus Kjellberg
Paulina Myrelid Supply and Operations Management
Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Robin Hanson Supply and Operations Management
FFI - Strategic Vehicle Research and Innovation

2017–2017

The potential of BigData in material supply and information sharing in supply chains

Patrik Jonsson Supply and Operations Management
Gunnar Stefansson Service Management and Logistics
Muhammad Azam Sheikh
Chalmers

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