Generalized Networks : a Fundamental Computer-based Planning Tool *

@inproceedings{Glover1978GeneralizedN,
  title={Generalized Networks : a Fundamental Computer-based Planning Tool *},
  author={Fred Glover and John W. Hultz and Jack D. Klingman and J. J. Stutz},
  year={1978}
}
This paper documents the recent emergence of generalized networks as a fundamental computer-based planning tool and demonstrates the power of the associated modeling and solution techniques when used together to solve real-world problems. The first sections of the paper give a non-technical account of how generalized networks are used to model a diversity of significant practical problems. To begin, we discuss the model structure of a generalized network (GN) and provide a brief survey of… CONTINUE READING
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