By Hein Fleuren, Dick den Hertog, Peter Kort

This quantity includes a number of papers pertaining to lectures provided on the symposium "Operations learn 2004" (OR 2004) held at Tilburg collage, September 1-3, 2004. This foreign convention came about lower than the auspices of the German Operations study Society (GOR) and the Dutch Operations examine Society (NGB). The symposium had approximately 500 members from nations worldwide. It attracted teachers and practitioners operating in a variety of fields of Operations learn and supplied them with the newest advances in Operations learn and comparable components in Economics, arithmetic, and laptop technological know-how. this system consisted of four plenary and 19 semi-plenary talks and greater than three hundred contributed shows chosen by way of this system committee to be provided in 20 sections.

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