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A Note on the Location of Depots

Ralph Snyder ()

Management Science, 1971, vol. 18, issue 1, 97-97

Abstract: Crow-fly distance between the depot and delivery points is usually used when considering the problem of locating a depot. Instead, we assume that vans can only travel along a rectangular system of roads. This leads us to a much simpler solution.

Date: 1971
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