An exact solution approach for multi-objective location-transportation problem for disaster response

  title={An exact solution approach for multi-objective location-transportation problem for disaster response},
  author={Rachida Abounacer and Monia Rekik and Jacques Renaud},
  journal={Computers & OR},
This paper considers a three-objective location-transportation problem for disaster response. The location problem aims at determining the number, the position and the mission of required humanitarian aid distribution centers (HADC) within the disaster region. The transportation problem deals with the distribution of aid from HADCs to demand points. Three conflicting objectives are considered. The first objective minimizes the total transportation duration of needed products from the… CONTINUE READING


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