For many families of optimization problems there is some sort of classification scheme. I am thinking about the triple notation for machine scheduling introduced in "Optimization and approximation in deterministic sequencing and scheduling: a survey" by Graham, Lawler, Lenstra, and Kan, or "A Compendium on Steiner Tree Problems" by Hauptmann and Karpinski. I wouldn't include something like "Vehicle Routing Problems, Methods, and Applications" by Toth and Vigo, as it focuses on the overview of solution techniques and not so much on a comprehensive list/system to talk about "all" vehicle routing problems.
I was wondering, if there was a survey of surveys with the scope of all operations research/combinatorial optimization problems? If not, are there any publications that try something similar (surveys/books of optimization problems with a much broader scope than the examples given)? Or to ask the same question in different words:
What are the broadest surveys of operations research/combinatorial optimization problems?