A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations

Emergency management is a highly relevant area of interest in operations research. Currently the area is undergoing widespread development. Furthermore, recent disasters have highlighted the importance of disaster management, in order to alleviate the suffering of vulnerable people and save lives. I...

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Main Authors: Gregorio Tirado, F. Javier Martín-Campo, Begoña Vitoriano, M. Teresa Ortuño
Format: Article
Language:English
Published: Atlantis Press 2014-01-01
Series:International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems
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Online Access:https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/25868556.pdf
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spelling doaj-058d7d56ac48416bbda36935466d77042020-11-25T01:32:46ZengAtlantis PressInternational Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems 1875-68832014-01-01710010.1080/18756891.2014.853930A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operationsGregorio TiradoF. Javier Martín-CampoBegoña VitorianoM. Teresa OrtuñoEmergency management is a highly relevant area of interest in operations research. Currently the area is undergoing widespread development. Furthermore, recent disasters have highlighted the importance of disaster management, in order to alleviate the suffering of vulnerable people and save lives. In this context, the problem of designing plans for the distribution of humanitarian aid according to the preferences of the decision maker is crucial. In this paper, a lexicographical dynamic flow model to solve this problem is presented, extending a previously introduced static flow model. The new model is validated in a realistic case study and a computational study is performed to compare both models, showing how they can be coordinated to improve their overall performance.https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/25868556.pdfHumanitarian LogisticsDistribution modelsMulticriteria Dynamic Flow Models
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author Gregorio Tirado
F. Javier Martín-Campo
Begoña Vitoriano
M. Teresa Ortuño
spellingShingle Gregorio Tirado
F. Javier Martín-Campo
Begoña Vitoriano
M. Teresa Ortuño
A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems
Humanitarian Logistics
Distribution models
Multicriteria Dynamic Flow Models
author_facet Gregorio Tirado
F. Javier Martín-Campo
Begoña Vitoriano
M. Teresa Ortuño
author_sort Gregorio Tirado
title A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
title_short A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
title_full A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
title_fullStr A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
title_full_unstemmed A lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
title_sort lexicographical dynamic flow model for relief operations
publisher Atlantis Press
series International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems
issn 1875-6883
publishDate 2014-01-01
description Emergency management is a highly relevant area of interest in operations research. Currently the area is undergoing widespread development. Furthermore, recent disasters have highlighted the importance of disaster management, in order to alleviate the suffering of vulnerable people and save lives. In this context, the problem of designing plans for the distribution of humanitarian aid according to the preferences of the decision maker is crucial. In this paper, a lexicographical dynamic flow model to solve this problem is presented, extending a previously introduced static flow model. The new model is validated in a realistic case study and a computational study is performed to compare both models, showing how they can be coordinated to improve their overall performance.
topic Humanitarian Logistics
Distribution models
Multicriteria Dynamic Flow Models
url https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/25868556.pdf
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