Aims and Scope
Operations Research and Engineering Letters (OREL) publishes high-quality scientific papers that contribute significantly to the fields of operational research and engineering science. The material published is of high quality and relevance, written in a manner that makes it accessible to all of this wide-ranging readership. Preference will be given to papers with decision-making implications to the practice of engineering.
Operations Research and Engineering Letters is an international peer-reviewed journal covering the main aspects of operational research and providing a source of information for the applied scientist. The journal publishes high-quality scientific papers that contribute significantly to the fields of operational research/engineering, management science, and business analytics. OREL focuses on papers presenting new theoretical insights and developments as well as real-world case studies illustrating the implementation of operational research approaches in practice. Papers exploring the interactions of operational research with other relevant disciplines such as information technology, computer science, artificial intelligence, soft computing, and electronic services are of particular interest. This is a unique feature of OREL compared to other existing operational research journals, providing the means to explore new directions in operational research in an engineering context. Overview papers from eminent scientists in significant fields of operational research and business analytics that review the state-of-the-art in these fields are also welcome.
There are, in addition, unique features of this journal:
(1) manuscripts regarding research proposals and research ideas will be particularly welcomed;
(2) electronic files or software regarding the full details of the calculation and experimental procedure, if unable to be published in a normal way, can be deposited as supplementary material;
(3) Presents new theoretical insights and developments as well as real-world case studies;
(4) Coverage extends to information technology, computer science, artificial intelligence, soft computing, and electronic services.