Aim and Scope
Modeling and optimization have become an essential function of researchers and practitioners. New theory development in operations research and their applications in new economy and society have been limited. In the information intensive society and economy, decisions are made based on the analysis of data available. Operations research techniques and models need to be integrated with computers for the purpose of analysis, optimization and application in decision making. This development has led the researchers and practitioners to look for new operational research models and their applications in global economy and society. For this purpose, the modeling and optimization have become a paramount important. The International Journal of Operational Research and Optimization (IJORO) publishes high quality, original papers, review papers, technical notes, and book reviews that contribute to the methodology of operational research (OR) and to the practice of decision making .IJORO will act as a platform to encourage further research in OR, Optimization and their applications. IJORO help to professionals, academics, researchers and practitioners, working in the field of operations research theory and applications in the rise economy and society, to discuss of important thought , concepts and expand information . Timely published Special Issues devoted to important topics in operational research and optimization will occasionally be published.
International Journal of Operations Research and Optimization (IJORO) aims to advance the understanding and practice of Operational Research (OR) and Optimization Science internationally. IJORO will act as a platform to encourage further research in OR, Optimization, and their applications. IJORO publishes original papers, review papers, technical notes, and book reviews. Special Issues devoted to important topics in operational research and optimization will occasionally be published. New theories and applications of OR models are welcome
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