A Decade of Capacitated Arc Routing

@inproceedings{Whlk2008ADO,
  title={A Decade of Capacitated Arc Routing},
  author={Sanne W{\o}hlk},
  year={2008}
}
Arc Routing is the arc counterpart to node routing in the sense that focus regarding service and resource constraints are on the arcs and not on the nodes. The key problem within this area is the Capacitated Arc Routing Problem (CARP), which is the arc routing counterpart to the vehicle routing problem. During the last decade, arc routing has been a relatively active research area with respect to lower bounding procedures, solution approaches and modeling. Furthermore, several interesting… CONTINUE READING
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