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The journal publishes two types of document: (i) research articles and (ii) tutorials.
- A research article presents original methodological contributions to the field (e.g. new mathematical models, new algorithms, new simulation techniques).
- A tutorial provides an introduction to an advanced topic, designed to ease the use of the relevant methodology by researchers and practitioners.
- Please summarize in a couple of sentences the scientific contributions of the paper.
- Did you compare your results with the literature?
- If not, please briefly describe why.
- Which published paper do you consider as the reference state-of-the-art that you are extending?
- Are your results reproducible?
- If so, can you make your code and data available to the journal?
- If not, please explain why.
- What are the foreseen impacts of your methodological contributions to the field of transportation and logistics?
- Please summarize in a couple of sentences why a tutorial on this topic is needed?
- List a couple of published references (such as textbooks) related to the topic. For each of them, describe in a couple of sentences the added value of the submitted tutorial.
- Does the tutorial include concrete and reproducible examples? If not, explain why.
- What is the target audience of the tutorial?
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