Dr Peter Jacko

Senior Lecturer

Research Overview

Peter Jacko is devoted to the development of the science of the solution of problems in the design and management of complex systems such as business decision-making, public health processes, and communications networks. Much of his research work benefits from the interaction of mathematics, statistics, computing, and/or economics. His publications contribute to areas such as operational research, performance evaluation, stochastic modelling, approximate dynamic programming, queueing theory, applied probability, and machine learning. These subjects provide foundation for the modern fields of business analytics and data science.

Selected Publications

The Finite-Horizon Two-Armed Bandit Problem with Binary Responses: A Multidisciplinary Survey of the History, State of the Art, and Myths
Jacko, P. 1/06/2019 Lancaster : Lancaster University Management School, 44 p.
Working paper

A Bayesian adaptive design for clinical trials in rare diseases
Williamson, F., Jacko, P., Villar, S.S., Jaki, T.F. 09/2017 In: Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. 113, p. 136-153. 17 p.
Journal article

Scheduling of multi-class multi-server queueing systems with abandonments
Ayesta, U., Jacko, P., Novak, V. 04/2017 In: Journal of Scheduling. 20, 2, p. 129-145. 17 p.
Journal article

Maximal flow-level stability of best-rate schedulers in heterogeneous wireless systems
Jacko, P., Morozov, E., Potakhina, L., Verloop, I.M. 01/2017 In: Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies. 28, 1, 15 p.
Journal article

Generalized restless bandits and the knapsack problem for perishable inventories
Graczová, D., Jacko, P. 05/2014 In: Operations Research. 62, 3, p. 696-711. 16 p.
Journal article

Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, LIRA - Fundamentals, Optimisation

  • Centre for Health Futures
  • DSI - Foundations
  • Health Systems
  • Optimisation
  • Simulation and Stochastic Modelling
  • STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training