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Besides the cases published in Interfaces, I recommend taking a look at a series of articles entitled "The Fifth Column" by Gene Woolsey in Interfaces. While they may not exactly cover for what you ar …
answered Jul 12 '19 by Ehsan
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If you are looking for an introductory textbook, I think "Metaheuristics: From Design to Implementation" by El-Ghazali Talbi is a very good option as it covers various design ideas and issues as well …
answered Sep 9 '20 by Ehsan
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I agree with Kevin. Unless you want to refer the reader to some specific solver features, there is no need to cite the CPLEX documentation as it is famous enough. While I think this is acceptable for …
answered Sep 26 '19 by Ehsan
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I think domain knowledge is essential if you want to be a good OR practitioner. If you don't know how a supply chain works, designing an optimization model for planning and coordinating a complex sup …
answered Oct 29 '19 by Ehsan
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Not solely dedicated to transportation, but Model Building in Mathematical Programming by Williams is a very good start for every beginner in modeling as it contains the theories on mathematical progr …
answered Jun 1 '19 by Ehsan