Sachin Jayaswal

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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)
We study a firm selling two products/services, which are differentiated solely in their prices and delivery times, to two different customer segments in a capacitated environment. From a demand perspective, when both products are available to all customers, they act as substitutes, affecting each other’s demand. Customized products for each segment, on the(More)
Facility location problems reported in the literature generally assume the problem parameter values (like cost, budget, etc.) to be known with complete certainty, even if they change over time (as in multi-period versions). However, in reality, there may be some uncertainty about the exact values of these parameters. Specifically, in the context of locating(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)
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