LocationAnalysis-SolutionApproaches(1,21)

LocationAnalysis-SolutionApproaches(1,21) - Discrete...

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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 1 Discrete Location Models Continued Covering Set covering – find minimum number needed to cover all demand nodes Maximal covering – cover the most demands with P or fewer facilities (see assignments) P-center – min cov. dist. needed to cover all nodes with P facilities (see assignments) Average distance P -median – minimize the demand weighted total distance from demands to nearest of P facilities Fixed charge – minimize fixed facility and transport costs
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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 2 Applications –1 Emergency medical services Set covering Maximal covering and MEXCLP P-center Warehouse location P-median Fixed charge Integrated loc/inv model Non-linear extension of fixed charge Bus garage location P-median Fixed charge Multi-commodity model with minimum assignment and capacity constraints Tool selection in FMS Maximal covering on a line Steel coil rationalization P-median on a line
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10/09/11 Discrete Location Models, L. Ozsen 3 Applications – 2 Airline hub network
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2011 for the course IE 383 taught by Professor Leyla,o during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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