The vehicle scheduling problem with intermittent customer demands

@article{Benton1992TheVS,
  title={The vehicle scheduling problem with intermittent customer demands},
  author={W. C. Benton and Manuel D. Rossetti},
  journal={Computers & OR},
  year={1992},
  volume={19},
  pages={521-531}
}
The vehicle scheduling problem (VSP) is a problem of interest to many researchers and practitioners. The general VSP is concerned with minimizing the total distance associated with a fixed set of vehicle routes by determining which vehicles will satisfy the demands at various customer locations. The design of most general distribution systems usually involves the assignment of permanent customer routes even though customer demand patterns are often stochastic in nature. The traditional routing… CONTINUE READING
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