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Operations Research Letters


Abstract

Operations Research Letters is a publication for literature on all aspects of operations research and the management and decision sciences. The features distinguishing it from other journals in the field are
* concise articles, generally limited to 6 journal pages
* rapid review and fast publication
* broad coverage of the literature.
Apart from the page limitation, originality, relevance, quality and clarity are the only criteria for selecting the material to be published. The journal covers continuous and discrete optimization, stochastic models, and situations with multiple decision makers. The subject matter can be theory, methodology, empirical studies, and applications. The mainstream of contributions focuses on new models, theorems, algorithms, and experimental work that the author wants to disseminate rapidly. We will publish theory and methodology with proofs only sketched, provided that the author submits support material that enables us to verify the findings. We will also publish computational and experimental studies that are not necessarily based on new theory or methodology, but are of significant scientific value because they confirm or refute prior results. Similarly, we will publish reports on applications and case studies that demonstrate a novel use of existing techniques or contain significant ideas about data collection and analysis, modelling, or implementation.

Operations Research Letters is a publication for literature on all aspects of operations research and the management and decision sciences. The features distinguishing it from other journals in the field are
* concise articles, generally limited to 6 journal pages
* rapid review and fast publication
* broad coverage of the literature.
Apart from the page limitation, originality, relevance, quality and clarity are the only criteria for selecting the material to be published. The journal covers continuous and discrete optimization, stochastic models, and situations with multiple decision makers. The subject matter can be theory, methodology, empirical studies, and applications. The mainstream of contributions focuses on new models, theorems, algorithms, and experimental work that the author wants to disseminate rapidly. We will publish theory and methodology with proofs only sketched, provided that the author submits support material that enables us to verify the findings. We will also publish computational and experimental studies that are not necessarily based on new theory or methodology, but are of significant scientific value because they confirm or refute prior results. Similarly, we will publish reports on applications and case studies that demonstrate a novel use of existing techniques or contain significant ideas about data collection and analysis, modelling, or implementation.

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Item Type:Edited Scientific Work
Communities & Collections:03 Faculty of Economics > Department of Business Administration
Dewey Decimal Classification:330 Economics
Language:English
Date:2011
Previous Dates:2008, 2009, 2012
Deposited On:29 Jan 2009 08:22
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 12:54
Publisher:Elsevier
ISSN:0167-6377
Official URL:http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/505567/description#description

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