Comparison of the formulations for a hub-and-spoke network design problem under congestion
Computers and industrial engineering
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In this paper, we study the hub location problem with a power-law congestion cost and propose an exact solution approach. We formulate this problem in a conic quadratic form and use a strengthening method which rests on valid inequalities of perspective cuts in mixed integer nonlinear programming. In a numerical study, we compare two well known types of mathematical modeling in the hub-location problems which are solved with different branch and cut strategies. The strength and weakness of the formulations are summarized based on an extensive numerical study over the CAB data set. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd
KeywordsConic quadratic programming
Nonlinear congestion cost
Hub and spoke networks
Hub location problems
Hub-and-spoke network design
Mixed-integer nonlinear programming
Embargo Lift Date2019-11-01
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cie.2016.09.019
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