A Family of Location Models for Multiple-Type Discrete Dispersion

@inproceedings{Curtin2006AFO,
  title={A Family of Location Models for Multiple-Type Discrete Dispersion},
  author={Kevin M. Curtin and Richard L. Church},
  year={2006}
}
One of the defining objectives in location science is to maximize dispersion. Facilities can be dispersed for a wide variety of purposes, including attempts to optimize competitive market advantage, disperse negative impacts, and optimize security. With one exception, all of the extant dispersion models consider only one type of facility, and ignore problems where multiple types of facilities must be located. We provide examples where multiple-type dispersion is appropriate and based on this… CONTINUE READING

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