Solving two practical problems from the worlds of transport and territory planning

Invited abstract in session WB-25: OR Success Stories I, stream Business Day.

Wednesday, 10:50-12:20
Room: AachenMuenchener Halle (Aula)

Authors (first author is the speaker)

1. Nitin Ahuja
PTV Group


The transport planning problem deals with moving goods from one location to another by using the available modes of transport. What makes this problem interesting is that intermodal transport of goods is also allowed.

The territory planning problem basically involves partitioning a set of customers into a given number of clusters that are “balanced”, “compact”, and as nonoverlapping as possible.

We will briefly talk about and define these problems. Then, we will take a short look at the way we solved them.


  • Transportation

Status: accepted

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