Modeling Distribution Problems with Time Windows: Part I

@article{Daganzo1987ModelingDP,
  title={Modeling Distribution Problems with Time Windows: Part I},
  author={Carlos F. Daganzo},
  journal={Transportation Science},
  year={1987},
  volume={21},
  pages={171-179}
}
  • Carlos F. Daganzo
  • Published in Transportation Science 1987
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • This paper shows how distribution problems with delivery time constraints can be modeled approximately with just a few variables. Its objective is neither to develop a scheduling algorithm nor an exact predictive method; rather, it is to illustrate some trade-offs and principles that can be used for planning and algorithm development. A workday is divided into time periods. Time windows are modeled by specifying the period in which a vehicle should visit each customer. (The companion paper… CONTINUE READING

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