Econometric Institute Reports EI 2002-43 A decomposition approach to a stochastic model for supply-and-return network design

@inproceedings{Listes2002EconometricIR,
  title={Econometric Institute Reports EI 2002-43 A decomposition approach to a stochastic model for supply-and-return network design},
  author={Ovidiu Listes},
  year={2002}
}
This paper presents a generic stochastic model for the design of networks comprising both supply and return channels, organized in a closed loop system. Such situations are typical for manufacturing/re-manufacturing type of systems in reverse logistics. The model accounts for a number of alternative scenarios, which may be constructed based on critical levels of design parameters such as demand or returns. We propose a decomposition approach for this model based on the branch and cut procedure… CONTINUE READING

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