Nonlinear fixed charge transportation problem by spanning tree-based genetic algorithm

@article{Jo2007NonlinearFC,
  title={Nonlinear fixed charge transportation problem by spanning tree-based genetic algorithm},
  author={Jungbok Jo and Yinzhen Li and Mitsuo Gen},
  journal={Computers & Industrial Engineering},
  year={2007},
  volume={53},
  pages={290-298}
}
Networks provide a useful way for modeling real world problems and are extensively used in many different types of systems: communications, hydraulic, mechanical, electronic, and logistics. The transportation problem (TP) is known as one of the important network problems. When the TP problem is associated with additional fixed cost for establishing the facilities or fulfilling the demand of customers, then it is called fixed charge transportation problem (fcTP). This problem is one of the NP… CONTINUE READING

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