# How to cite the NEOS Server in a paper

Cite the following three works:

1. Czyzyk, J., Mesnier, M. P., and Moré, J. J. 1998. The NEOS Server. IEEE Journal on Computational Science and Engineering 5(3), 68-75. This paper discusses the design and implementation of the NEOS Server.
2. Dolan, E. 2001. The NEOS Server 4.0 Administrative Guide. Technical Memorandum ANL/MCS-TM-250, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory. This technical report, which discusses the implementation of the server and its use in detail, is available for download in PDF format.
3. Gropp, W. and Moré, J. J. 1997. Optimization Environments and the NEOS Server. Approximation Theory and Optimization, M. D. Buhmann and A. Iserles, eds., Cambridge University Press, pages 167-182. This paper discusses the NEOS Server as a problem-solving environment that simplifies the formulation of optimization problems and the access to computational resources.
@article{czyzyk_et_al_1998,
author = "Joseph {Czyzyk} and Michael P. {Mesnier} and Jorge J. {Mor{\'{e}}}",
title =“The NEOS Server”,
journal = "IEEE Journal on Computational Science and Engineering",
year = 1998,
volume = 5,
number = 3,
pages = 68 —- 75
}

@techreport{dolan_2001,
author = "Elizabeth D. {Dolan}",
title = "The NEOS Server 4.0 Administrative Guide",
institution = "Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory",
year = 2001,
type = "Technical Memorandum",
number = "ANL/MCS-TM-250"
}

@incollection{gropp_more_1997,
author = "William {Gropp} and Jorge J. {Mor{\'{e}}}",
title = "Optimization Environments and the NEOS Server",
booktitle="Approximation Theory and Optimization",
editor = "Martin D. {Buhman} and Arieh {Iserles}",
publisher = "Cambridge University Press",
year = 1997,
pages = 167 -- 182
}