Terry A. Bresnick
Executive Principal Analyst
Mr. Bresnick has more than twenty-five years of experience in applying the techniques of decision analysis, operations research, and systems engineering to complex problems of industry and government. Mr. Bresnick has demonstrated his expertise in the areas of resource allocation and budgetary analysis, managerial decision making, evaluation of competing alternatives, cost-benefit analysis, business area analysis, and strategic planning. He has been an Assistant Professor of Systems and Decision Analysis and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Virginia. Mr. Bresnick won the David Rist Prize, Military Operations Research Society, for outstanding achievement in 1981.
Degree of Engineer, Engineering-Economic Systems, Stanford University, 1979
M.S., Statistics, Stanford University, 1975
M.B.A., Management Science, George Mason University, 1985
Bachelor of Science, Engineering, U.S. Military Academy, 1969
Selected Publications and Presentations
Adelman, L., Bresnick, T., Christian, M., Gualtieri, J., and Minionis, D. Demonstrating the effect of context on order effects for an army air defense task using the Patriot simulator. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 10, 1997.
Bresnick, T., Buede, D., Pisani, A., Smith, L., and Wood, B. Airborne and space-borne reconnaissance force mixes: A decision analytic approach. Oakton, VA. Presented at 65th Military Operations Research Symposium (MORS), June 1997.
Adelman, L., Cohen, M., Bresnick, T., Chinnis, J., and Laskey, K. Real-time expert system interfaces, cognitive processes, and task performance: An empirical assessment. Human Factors, 35(2), 1993.
Buede, D., and Bresnick, T.A. Applications of decision analysis to the military systems acquisition process. Interfaces, 22(6), November-December 1992.
Carper, W.B., and Bresnick, T.A. Strategic planning conferences. Indiana University Graduate School of Business. Business Horizons, 32(5), pp. 34-40, September-October 1989.