Operations Research Management Science Today

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February 2017



UPDATE 2/9/17:
History Lessons

The February 2017 issue of OR/MS Today focuses on history, with feature articles marking the 65th anniversary of the founding of the Operations Research Society of America (ORSA); a look at the development of search theory through the eyes of Larry Stone; and a profile of Ada Lovelace, the "first female computer scientist" and the daughter of famed poet Lord Byron.

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