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Solving the hub location problem with modular link capacities
This paper deals with a capacitated hub location problem arising in the design of telecommunications networks. The problem is different from the classical hub location problem in two ways: the cost of using an edge is not ...
Regenerator location problem and survivable extensions: a hub covering location perspective
In a telecommunications network the reach of an optical signal is the maximum distance it can traverse before its quality degrades. Regenerators are devices to extend the optical reach. The regenerator placement problem ...
Solving the hub location problem in a star-star network
(John Wiley & Sons, 2008)
We consider the problem of locating hubs and assigning terminals to hubs for a telecommunication network. The hubs are directly connected to a central node and each terminal node is directly connected to a hub node. The ...
A branch and cut algorithm for hub location problems with single assignment
The hub location problem with single assignment is the problem of locating hubs and assigning the terminal nodes to hubs in order to minimize the cost of hub installation and the cost of routing the traffic in the network. ...