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From graph theory, graph coloring can be applied to scheduling problems (from logistics and elsewhere in OR). An early paper by Leighton (1979) presents a scheduling algorithm based on graph coloring, …
answered Jul 31 '19 by Dipayan Banerjee
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In reverse chronological order, here are some papers which use OR (or OR-related) techniques to solve problems in evacuation planning: Goerigk, Marc et al. "Ranking robustness and its application to …
answered Nov 11 '19 by Dipayan Banerjee
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The journal Socio-Economic Planning Sciences often publishes such OR papers. Some recent examples include papers on public school districting1 and facility location for humanitarian relief.2 INFORMS …
answered May 18 '20 by Dipayan Banerjee
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There are some good problems in Linear Optimization: Theory and Extensions by Fang and Puthenputra. Chapter 2 of the book ("Geometry of Linear Programming") is most comparable to Chapter 2 of Bertsima …
answered Oct 5 '19 by Dipayan Banerjee