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Lunteren (January 9 - 11, 1996).

As usual, there were three mini-courses:
E. Aarts (Eindhoven University of Technology): Neural networks and combinatorial optimization: does it need brains to optimize?
R. Kannan (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh): Learning theory and Operations Research.
A. Shwartz (Technion, Haifa): Large deviations for performance analysis.
Beside the mini-course lectures were presented by G. Shanthikumar (University of California, Berkeley), D. Wagner (Universität Konstanz) and Y. Ye (University of Iowa).
There was a mini-symposium on "New software developments for real-world decision problems", with as speakers: T. Cornelissens (Beyers Innovative Software, Braschaat) and J. Bisschop (Paragon Decision Technology, Haarlem). 14 PhD students presented their own research results.