Navneet Vidyarthi

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We consider a class of location-allocation problems with immobile servers, stochastic demand and congestion that arises in several planning contexts: location of emergency medical clinics; preventive healthcare centers; refuse collection and disposal centers; stores and service centers; bank branches and automated banking machines; internet mirror sites;(More)
Organizations are often facing the problem of determining the degree of investment in building information links with their suppliers and buyers to reduce costs, lead times, and quality problems, improve timely customized delivery, increase asset utilization, and improve corporate profitability. One of the critical enablers for an efficient and effective(More)
The combinatorial bandwidth packing problem (CBPP), arising in a telecommunication network with limited bandwidth, is defined as: given a set of requests, each with its potential revenue and consisting of calls with their bandwidth requirements, deciding (i) a subset of the requests to accept/reject, and (ii) a route for each call in an accepted request, so(More)
Hub-and-spoke systems have wide applications ranging in airline transportation, freight transportation, urban traffic, postal delivery, telecommunications and distribution in supply chains. These systems are usually characterized by stochastic demand and congestion, which adversely affect the quality of service to customers. These systems are further(More)
Preventive healthcare (PH) programs and services aim at reducing the likelihood and severity of potentially life-threatening illness by early detection and prevention. The effectiveness of these programs depends on the participation level and the accessibility of the users to the facilities providing the services. Factors that impact the accessibility(More)