In my research field (operations research), several works have been published in the last couple of years by different authors that cover most of the recent developments in the field. I’m writing a review paper and even though I read and used a couple of papers dated as far back as the 90s (mainly for my introduction and review), I want all references to be from 2010 or later.
I would like to write something like:
Ref. 3 discussed branch & bound and dynamic programming approaches for KP, MKP and some of its variants.
Reference 3 is Kellerer, Pferschy, and Pisinger (2004). Another paper, namely Puchinger, Raidl, and Pferschy (2010) shares one of its authors with Reference 3 and also cites it.
My question is: Instead of citing Reference 3 as it is, can I cite Puchinger, Raidl, and Pferschy (2010) because it is more recent?