I'm looking for [concise, yet comprehensive] online resources and/or (state of the art) survey papers presenting complexity results for classical OR problems such as
(and their respective variants). By "complexity results", both problemspecific lower bounds (resp., complexity classes) as well as performance of seminal algorithms (optimal, approximative) should be addressed. For instance, the Scheduling Zoo is a nice searchable bibliography on results w.r.t. scheduling problems (though, it does not offer detailed statements in terms of Big\(O\)assessments). Collected web resources:
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asked 29 Sep '10, 19:47 fbahr ♦ 
This one is a classic resource for NPhard problems: http://www.csc.kth.se/~viggo/wwwcompendium/. Unfortunately, it does not seem to get updated any more, but there are probably too many results out there to keep track.
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answered 30 Sep '10, 08:32 tim 
Here is a very useful Library for the Quadratic Assignment Problem http://www.seas.upenn.edu/qaplib/ Here You can find papers , solvers, solutions...
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