Recent developments of information technology make it possible that many advanced and effective algorithmic and modelling tools are incorporated into decision support systems. It is well recognized that most of these decision making problems are discrete in nature thus pointing to the field of combinatorial optimization as the main source of potentially successful solution methods. Relevant areas of application include distribution planning, production planning, scheduling, flexible manufacturing systems, VLSI design, inventory and financial modelling, network reliability, network design and location problems. In this project within the Human Capital and Mobility program of the EU 21 partners from 14 European countries cooperate with each other.
|Effective start/end date||1/09/94 → 30/04/97|
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