Good Laboratory Practice for optimization research
Kendall, Graham # × Bai, Ruibin # Blazewicz, Jacek # De Causmaecker, Patrick # Gendreau, Michel # John, Robert # Li, Jiawei # McCollum, Barry # Pesch, Erwin # Qu, Rong # Sabar, Nasser # Vanden Berghe, Greet # Yee, Angelina #
Published by Pergamon Press for Operational Research Society
Journal of the Operational Research Society vol:67 issue:4 pages:676-689
Good Laboratory Practice has been a part of non-clinical research for over 40 years. Optimization Research, despite
having many papers discussing standards being published over the same period of time, has yet to embrace stan-
dards that underpin its research. In this paper we argue the need to adopt standards in optimization research.
Building on previous papers, many of which have suggested that the optimization research community should
adopt certain standards, we suggest a concrete set of recommendations that the community should adopt. We also
discuss how the proposals in this paper could be progressed.