CEJOR (2017) 25:521–523 DOI 10.1007/s10100-017-0476-9 1 1 Janez Povh · Lidija Zadnik Stirn · Janez Žerovnik Published online: 4 May 2017 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2017 This special issue brings peer reviewed selection of results presented at 13th Interna- tional Symposium on Operations Research, SOR’15, that took place in Bled, Slovenia in September 23–25, 2015. The participants at this conference came from many coun- tries but the majority was from Central Europe. In nearly hundred talks, they have presented state-of-the-art results in several emerging areas, like complex networks, high performance computing and big data analysis. Beside these issues, new results in traditional areas like inventory planning, econometric modelling, multi-criteria deci- sion making and mathematical programming were presented. The talks were supported by publications of short, at most 6 pages long, papers printed in the conference proceedings (Zadnik Stirn et al. 2015), which ﬁnally con- tained 93 papers/abstracts written by 191 authors. All authors were also invited to submit the extended and modiﬁed version of conference papers or new scientiﬁc papers covering topics in operations research for a special issue of Central European Journal of Operations Research by January 31, 2016. Although, the call was open at the conference SOR’15,
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