November 4, 2013, by Graham Kendall

Computer Science at the University of Nottingham is Influential

The Journal of the Opertaional Research Society (JORS) is one of the most respected journals in Operational Research. They editors recently picked the ten most inflential articles, as a reprsentative sample of the quality of the articles that they publish. In their remarks they say:

Tom Archibald and Jonathan Crook, the Editors of the Journal of the Operational Research Society (JORS) have selected this set of 10 influential articles as a representative sample of the best of the journal’s content. These papers, listed in chronological order, are available free to read and download.

It is good to see that three of the top ten articles have representation for Computer Science. The articles are:

  1. S Ravizza, J A D Atkin, M H Maathuis, E K Burke (2013) A combined statistical approach and ground movement model for improving taxi time estimations at airports, Journal of the Operational Research Society, 64, 1347–1360 (DOI)
  2. Huanlai Xing, Rong Qu, Graham Kendall, Ruibin Bai A path-oriented encoding evolutionary algorithm for network coding resource minimization, Journal of the Operational Research Society, In Press (DOI)
  3. Edmund K Burke, Michel Gendreau, Matthew Hyde, Graham Kendall, Gabriela Ochoa, Ender Özcan, Rong Qu Hyper-heuristics: a survey of the state of the art, Journal of the Operational Research Society, In Press (DOI)

These articles can be downloaded for free.

JORS Free Articles

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