Location and allocation for distribution systems with transshipments and transportion economies of scale

@article{Campbell1992LocationAA,
  title={Location and allocation for distribution systems with transshipments and transportion economies of scale},
  author={James F. Campbell},
  journal={Annals OR},
  year={1992},
  volume={40},
  pages={77-99}
}
Locating transshipment facilities and allocating origins and destinations to transshipment facilities are important decisions for many distribution and logistic systems. Models that treat demand as a continuous density over the service region often assume certain facility locations or a certain allocation of demand. It may be assumed that facility locations lie on a rectangular grid or that demand is allocated to the nearest facility or allocated such that each facility serves an equal amount… CONTINUE READING

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