Affirm Journal of Operations Research

Affirm Journal of Operations Research is an international and peer-reviewed journal with an intercontinental advisory board. The journal documents the professional’s interest in any areas that connect to operations research. The focus of the journal is on theories and practice in computational intelligence and information management, decision support systems, multi-criteria decision methods, discrete optimization, logistics, transportation warehousing and maintenance, operations research in nonprofit organization, supply chain management, and time series analysis. The editorial board of the Affirm Journal of Operations Research invites authors to submit original papers, case studies and review papers to the journal. At Affirm Journal of Operations Research, we expect the authors to abide Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing suggested by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and Scopus.

Scope and Focus

Community Operations Research
Complex Systems
Computational Intelligence and Information Management
Continuous Optimization
Decision Support Systems, Multi-Criteria Decision Methods
Discrete Optimization
Education Operations Research
Environmental and Energy Issues
Expert Systems
Government Operations Research
Health Services Operations Research
Heuristics Mathematical Programming
Interfaces with Other Disciplines
Logistics, Transportation Warehousing and Maintenance
Marketing Science
Military and Homeland Security
Operations Research in Nonprofit Organization
Planning and Scheduling
Policy Modeling and Public Sector OR
Product and Service Design
Productivity and Efficiency in the Public Sector
Project Management
Quality Management
Revenue Management
Sports Operations Research
Stochastic Models and Statistics
Supply Chain Management
Telecommunications and Networking
Time Series Analysis

Editor in chief

Dr. Loghman

Abstracting and Indexing

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