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A bilevel uncapacitated location/pricing problem with Hotelling access costs in one-dimensional space
(International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, 2016)
We formulate a spatial pricing problem as bilevel non-capacitated location: a leader first decides which facilities to open and sets service prices taking competing offers into account; then, customers make individual ...
Fiber optical network design problems: a case for Turkey
In this paper, we consider problems originating from one of the largest Internet service providers operating in Turkey. The company mainly faces two different design problems: the green field design (area with no Internet ...
Hub location under competition
Hubs are consolidation and dissemination points in many-to-many flow networks. Hub location problem is to locate hubs among available nodes and allocate non-hub nodes to these hubs. The mainstream hub location studies ...
A branch and price approach for routing and refueling station location model
The deviation flow refueling location problem is to locate p refueling stations in order to maximize the flow volume that can be refueled respecting the range limitations of the alternative fuel vehicles and the shortest ...
A Benders decomposition approach for the charging station location problem with plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
The flow refueling location problem (FRLP) locates p stations in order to maximize the flow volume that can be accommodated in a road network respecting the range limitations of the vehicles. This paper introduces the ...
Spatial analysis of single allocation hub location problems
Hubs are special facilities that serve as switching, transshipment and sorting nodes in many-to-many distribution systems. Flow is consolidated at hubs to exploit economies of scale and to reduce transportation costs between ...