The Parallel Variable Neighborhood Search for the p-Median Problem

@article{GarcaLpez2002ThePV,
  title={The Parallel Variable Neighborhood Search for the p-Median Problem},
  author={F. Garc{\'i}a-L{\'o}pez and B. Meli{\'a}n-Batista and J. Moreno-P{\'e}rez and J. M. Moreno-Vega},
  journal={Journal of Heuristics},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={375-388}
}
  • F. García-López, B. Melián-Batista, +1 author J. M. Moreno-Vega
  • Published 2002
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Journal of Heuristics
  • The Variable Neighborhood Search (VNS) is a recent metaheuristic that combines series of random and improving local searches based on systematically changed neighborhoods. When a local minimum is reached, a shake procedure performs a random search. This determines a new starting point for running an improving search. The use of interchange moves provides a simple implementation of the VNS algorithm for the p-Median Problem. Several strategies for the parallelization of the VNS are considered… CONTINUE READING
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