Hub location problems: the location of interacting facilities
Kara, Bahar Y.
Taner, Mehmet R.
Eiselt, H. A.
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Foundations of location analysis
International Series in Operations Research & Management Science;155
O’Kelly’s (1986) classical paper started a new research stream by identifying a connection between spatial interaction models and location theory. The traditional spatial interaction theory applies models of travel behavior to investigate demand patterns between fixed locations. Location theory, on the other hand, takes demand as given, assumes a simple view of travel behavior, and focuses on finding the best location for facilities.
Spatial interaction model
Published Version (Please cite this version)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-7572-0_12