LocationAnalysisPart2-SetCoveringModel(1,21)

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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 1 Discrete Location Model Examples

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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 2 Example network 14 A E D C B 10 13 12 17 23 16 100 110 200 225 125 90 150 85 250 300 Demand Fixed Cost
10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 3 Set covering problem Find the locations of the minimum number of facilities needed to cover all demand nodes at least once A demand node is covered if the nearest facility is within the exogenously specified coverage distance Used in many emergency service models as well as next-day delivery systems

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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 4 Example: Coverage Distance 15 14 A E D C B 10 13 12 17 23 16 Node A covers nodes A, B and C with cov dist = 15
10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 5 Example: Coverage distance 22 14 A E D C B 10 13 12 17 23 16 Node A covers nodes A, B, C, and D with cov dist = 22

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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 6 SC Notation: Input & Decision Variables = not
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