Bibliografia sobre tecnicas de Investigacion Operativa y asociadas aplicadas a los ferrocarriles

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1.1.- Las revistas siguientes, de las que se indican, su año de fundación, entré paréntesis, y su dirección son fundamentales, para toda persona interesada en temas ferrovíarios

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    British Transport Review (1950). Editor: R.J.E. Owen.— British Transport Commission.— 222 Marylebone Road.-London N.W.l. (U.K.)Google Scholar
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Quédanos, por último, expresar nuestro agradecimiento al Profesor Dr. Sixto Rios, pues sin su ayuda, estímulo y gran paciencia, no hubiera podido ver la luz este humilde trabajo

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