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- S. S. Radiah Shariff, Noor Hasnah Moin, Mohd Omar
- Computers & Industrial Engineering
- 2012

- Noor Hasnah Moin
- 2002

Blanton and Wainwright (1993) first introduced the application of Genetic Algorithm in Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows (VRPTW). Coupled with several problem specific crossover operators the algorithm achieved satisfactory results for the problems tested. However their methods have some drawbacks. In most instances the algorithm often do not… (More)

- Huda Zuhrah Ab Halim, Noor Hasnah Moin
- IEEM
- 2014

- S. Sarifah Radiah Shariff, Noor Hasnah Moin, Mohd Omar
- 2013 IEEE Business Engineering and Industrial…
- 2013

The p-median (PMP) has the objective of minimizing total distance, a customer/patient needs to travel in order to get a service. Various algorithms have been developed to solve the problem and in this paper, an alternative approach of Genetic Algorithm based heuristics is used to solve the problem in minimizing the travelled distance for a patient to get… (More)

In this paper, an inventory replenishment model for deteriorating items is developed. Demand for the item varies with time over a finite planning horizon, during which shortages are allowed and are completely back-ordered. The objective is to determine a replenishment policy that minimizes the total inventory cost. A search procedure based on Genetic… (More)

This paper addresses the problem of determining the best policy for an inventory replenishment with continuous deterministic time-varying demand over a finite planning horizon. We determine when to replenish and how much for each batch. We propose a genetic algorithm procedure which is based on Darwin’s survival of the fittest principle and a method using… (More)

- N. H. Moin, L. Wong
- 2014

The inventory routing problem presented in this study is a one-to-many distribution network consisting of a manufacturer that produces multi products to be transported to many geographically dispersed customers. We consider a finite horizon where a fleet of capacitated homogeneous vehicles, housed at a depot/warehouse, transports products from the warehouse… (More)

- Noor Hasnah Moin
- IEEM
- 2011

The Maximal Covering Location Problem (MCLP) has the objective of maximizing the total demand volume covered by a facility within a maximum allowable travel distance, S. In this paper, three sets of data 30-node, 324-node and 818-node networks with no existing facilities are analyzed as the capacitated model of MCLP (CMCLP) and first solved by the… (More)

- Dicky Lim, Teik Kyee, Noor Hasnah Moin
- 2015

In this paper, the integrated Production, Inventory and Distribution Routing Problem (PIDRP) is modelled as a one-to-many distribution system, in which a single warehouse or production facility is responsible for restocking a geographically dispersed customers whose demands are deterministic and time-varying. The demand can be satisfied from either… (More)