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Bascur, O.A., and Kennedy, J.P. 1995. "Measuring, managing and maximizing performance in petroleum refineries." Journal of the Japanese Petroleum Institute 102.

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Bascur, O.A., and O'Rourke, J. 2019. "Measuring, managing and transforming data for operational insights." In Smart Manufacturing, ed. M. Soroush, M. Baldea, and T. Edgar. New York: American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Bascur, O.A., and Soudek, A. 2014. "Strategies for implementation of energy effectiveness and sustainability: Example Anglo American Platinum." Presented at the 12th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference: Achieving More with Less, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM), Victoria, Australia.

Bascur, O. A., and Soudek, A. 2019. "Grinding and flotation optimization using operational intelligence." Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration 36(1):139-149.

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