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Computer Science and Operations Research: New Developments in their Interfaces

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by Osman Balci
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Computer Science and Operations Research: New Developments in their Interfaces by Osman Balci

The interface of Operation Research and Computer Science - although elusive to a precise definition - has been a fertile area of both methodological and applied research. The papers in this book, written by experts in their respective fields, convey the current state-of-the-art in this interface across a broad spectrum of research domains which include optimization techniques, linear programming, interior point algorithms, networks, computer graphics in operations research, parallel algorithms and implementations, planning and scheduling, genetic algorithms, heuristic search techniques and data retrieval.

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Pages: 547
Size: 58.6 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781483297866 (DRM-PDF)

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