Jakob Krarup

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This paper presents a history of a difficult facility layout problem that falls into the category of the Koopmans-Beckmann variant of the Quadratic Assignment Problem (QAP), wherein 30 facilities are to be assigned to 30 locations. The problem arose in 1972 as part of the design of a German university hospital, Klinikum Regensburg. This problem, known as(More)
Traditional stationary or low speed deflection measurements become problematic on roads with high traffic densities. Traffic safety is decreased when survey vehicles like low speed deflectographs or stationary falling weight devices carry out measurements on highway networks. This paper describes how the Greenwood High Speed Deflectograph applies Laser(More)