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Maximal covering location problems on networks with regional demand [Article]
Covering problems are well studied in the Operations Research literature under the assumption that both the set of users and the set of potential facilities are finite. In this paper we address the following variant, which ...
On minimax-regret Huff location models [Article]
We address the following single-facility location problem: a firm is entering into a market by locating one facility in a region of the plane. The demand captured from each user by the facility will be proportional to the ...
Solving the median problem with continuous demand on a network [Article]
Where to locate one or several facilities on a network so as to minimize the expected users-closest facility transportation cost is a problem well studied in the OR literature under the name of median problem. In the median ...
p-facility Huff location problem on networks [Article]
The p-facility Huff location problem aims at locating facilities on a competitive environment so as to maximize the market share. While it has been deeply studied in the field of continuous location, in this paper we study ...
Semi-obnoxious location models: a global optimization approach [Article]
In the last decades there has been an increasing interest in environmental topics. This interest has been reflected in modeling the location of obnoxious facilities, as shown by the important number of papers published ...
A flexible approach to location problems [Article]
When dealing with location problems we are usually given a set of existing facilities and we are looking for the location of one or several new facilities. In the classical approaches weights are assigned to existing ...