The hub location and routing problem

@inproceedings{Aykin1995TheHL,
  title={The hub location and routing problem},
  author={Turgut Aykin},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract In this paper, we consider the hub location and routing problem in which the hub locations and the service types for the routes between demand points are determined together. Rather than aggregating the demand for the services, flows from an origin to different destination points are considered separately. For each origin-destination pair, one-hub-stop, two-hub-stop and, when permitted, direct services are considered. In the system considered, the hubs interact with each other and the… CONTINUE READING

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