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A hybrid genetic algorithm for a dynamic logistics network with multi-commodities and components

Peng-Sheng You, Yi-Chih Hsieh, Hisn-Hung Chen (2011)

RAIRO - Operations Research

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Various topics related to reverse logistics have been discussed over the years. Most of them have assumed that facilities are kept open once they are established, and no returned products or recovery parts are stocked in intermediate recycling stations. However, firms may have the right to repeatedly open or close their facilities according to their economic benefits if they can acquire their facilities by lease. It also turns out that intermediate recycling stations like collection...

Exact and heuristic approaches to solve the Internet shopping optimization problem with delivery costs

Mario C. Lopez-Loces, Jedrzej Musial, Johnatan E. Pecero, Hector J. Fraire-Huacuja, Jacek Blazewicz, Pascal Bouvry (2016)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

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Internet shopping has been one of the most common online activities, carried out by millions of users every day. As the number of available offers grows, the difficulty in getting the best one among all the shops increases as well. In this paper we propose an integer linear programming (ILP) model and two heuristic solutions, the MinMin algorithm and the cellular processing algorithm, to tackle the Internet shopping optimization problem with delivery costs. The obtained results improve...

An algorithm for multiparametric 0-1-Integer Programming problems relative to a generalized min max objective function

José Luis Quintero, Alejandro Crema (2009)

RAIRO - Operations Research

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The multiparametric 0-1-Integer Programming (0-1-IP) problem relative to the objective function is a family of 0-1-IP problems which are related by having identical constraint matrix and right-hand-side vector. In this paper we present an algorithm to perform a complete multiparametric analysis relative to a generalized min max objective function such that the min sum and min max are particular cases.

An Algorithm For Solving Multiple Objective Integer Linear Programming Problem

Moncef Abbas, Djamal Chaabane (2010)

RAIRO - Operations Research

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In the present paper a complete procedure for solving Multiple Objective Integer Linear Programming Problems is presented. The algorithm can be regarded as a corrected form and an alternative to the method that was proposed by Gupta and Malhotra. A numerical illustration is given to show that this latter can miss some efficient solutions. Whereas, the algorithm stated bellow determines all efficient solutions without missing any one.

A Generalization of Dynamic Programming for Pareto Optimization in Dynamic Networks

Teodros Getachew, Michael Kostreva, Laura Lancaster (2010)

RAIRO - Operations Research

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The Algorithm in this paper is designed to find the shortest path in a network given time-dependent cost functions. It has the following features: it is recursive; it takes place bath in a backward dynamic programming phase and in a forward evaluation phase; it does not need a time-grid such as in Cook and Halsey and Kostreva and Wiecek's "Algorithm One”; it requires only boundedness (above and below) of the cost functions; it reduces to backward multi-objective dynamic programming...

An algorithm for multiparametric min max 0-1-integer programming problems relative to the objective function

José Luis Quintero, Alejandro Crema (2005)

RAIRO - Operations Research - Recherche Opérationnelle

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The multiparametric min max 0-1-Integer Programming (0-1-IP) problem relative to the objective function is a family of min max 0-1-IP problems which are related by having identical constraint matrix and right-hand-side vector. In this paper we present an algorithm to perform a complete multiparametric analysis relative to the objective function.

Enumerating the Set of Non-dominated Vectors in Multiple Objective Integer Linear Programming

John Sylva, Alejandro Crema (2008)

RAIRO - Operations Research

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An algorithm for enumerating all nondominated vectors of multiple objective integer linear programs is presented. The method tests different regions where candidates can be found using an auxiliary binary problem for tracking the regions already explored. An experimental comparision with our previous efforts shows the method has relatively good time performance.