unifying framework for public facility location problems. by Giorgio Leonardi

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Reprinted from Environment and Planning A, volume 13 (1981).

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This paper, a condensed report of the present state of the work in the Public Facility Location Task (formerly the Normative Location Modeling Task) at IIASA, has three main aims: first, to build a general framework for location problems; second, to use this framework to unify existing location models; and, third, to use the framework to develop new, more general, and more meaningful location by: A UNIFYING FRAMEWORK FOR PUBLIC FACILITY LOCATION PROBLEMS 1.

INTRODUCTION The Public Facility Location (PFL) Task, formerly called the Normative Location Modeling Task, was undertaken in a rather exploratory way in Octoberwithin the Human Settlements and Services Area unifying framework for public facility location problems.

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By G Leonardi. Abstract. This paper, a condensed report of the present state of the work in the Public Facility Location Task (formerly the Normative Location Modeling Task) at IIASA, has three main aims: first, to build a Author: G Leonardi.

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Sc Set of all selectable facilities, which could be closed S = So Sc. Set of all products Set of all time periods. 05/13/ Professor Dr. Stefan Nickel - Location Problems in Supply Chain Size: 1MB. A hierarchical facility location problem (HFLP) aims to determine the location of facilities in a way that facilities in higher level can serve lower-level facilities both efficiently (financial objective) and effectively (accessibility objective).Cited by: Again, many network facility location problems utilize multi-objective optimization concepts.

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book 2. Basic IntuitionFile Size: KB. Discrete facility location models The uncapacitated facility location problem This problem (UFLP) has been also called the simple plant location problem in the early literature [3,4].

Its input consists of a flnite set I of sites with nonnegative flxed costs fi of opening a facility in site i and a flnite set J of users with aFile Size: KB.

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Population travel burden, population coverage, number of facilities, transport costs, transport and facilities cost, profits, etc. have all been suggested as objectives for location problems. How does one reconcile these often divergent objectives to provide information in a rational manner for Cited by: A Unifying Framework for ‘ 0-Sampling Algorithms Graham Cormode Donatella Firmani Received: date / Accepted: date Abstract The problem of building an ‘ 0-sampler is to sample near-uniformly from the support set of a dynamic multiset.

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The maxmin facility location or obnoxious facility location problem seeks a location which maximizes the minimum distance to the sites. In the case of the Euclidean metric, it is known as the largest empty sphere problem. The planar case (largest empty circle problem) may be solved in optimal time θ(n log n).

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Uncapacitated Facility Location Problem, also known as plant location problem or warehouse location problem. Here we are given two nite sets of cus-tomers and potential facilities, respectively, a xed cost associated with opening each single facility, and a nonnegative distance for any two elements, satisfying the triangle inequality.

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