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Farhad Djannati

1.    Djannaty, F. (2007). Enhancing theShortest Route Relaxation of the Set Covering problem. Journal of Modern Mathematics and Statistics, 1(1-4), 30-34. Abstract


2.    Djannaty, F., & Mirzaei, A. R. (2008). Enhancing Max-Min Ant System for Examination Timetabling Problem. International Journal of Soft Computing, 3(3), 230-238.
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3.    Djannaty, F., & Rostamy, B. (2006). A computational approach to pivot selection in the LP relaxation of setproblems. Advances in Decision Sciences, 2006.
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4.    Djannaty, F. (2006). A postprocessing Algorithm for the shortest Route Relaxation of the Set CoveringProblem. 37th annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, 2-6 September, 1-4. Abstract


5.    Ali, B. O., & Djannaty, F. (2012). Innovative Cost Allocation Strategies for the Shortest Route Relaxationof the Set Covering Problem. Int. J. Contemp. Math. Sciences, 7(9), 425-438. Abstract


6.  Djannaty, F. (2002). Some usefulcost allocation strategies for the Shortest route relaxation of the setcovering Problem. Electronic Journal of SADIO, 4(1), 14 -25. Abstract


7.    Djannaty, F., & Doostdar, S. (2008). A hybrid genetic algorithm for the multidimensional knapsack problem. International Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Sciences, 3(9), 443-456. Abstract


8.    Ghavami, R., Najafi, A., Sajadi, M., & Djannaty, F. (2008). Genetic algorithm as a variable selection procedurefor the simulation of< sup> 13</sup> C nuclear magnetic resonancespectra of flavonoid derivatives using multiple linear regression. Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling, 27(2), 105-115. Abstract


9.    Ghavami, R., Sadeghi, F., Rasouli, Z., & Djannati, F. (2012). Structure-based predictions of< sup>13</sup> C-NMR chemical shifts for a series of 2-functionalized5-(methylsulfonyl)-1-phenyl-1< i> H</i>-indoles derivatives usingGA-based MLR method. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1030, 57-66. Abstract


10. Djannaty, F. (1997). Networkbased heuristics for the set covering problem (Doctoral dissertation, Brunel University).