Frederick W. Lanchester Prize

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The Frederick W. Lanchester Prize is an Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences prize (U.S. $5,000 cash prize and medallion) given for the best contribution to operations research and the management sciences published in English.[1] It is named after Frederick W. Lanchester.

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Source: INFORMS

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