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Marc Sevaux presented his work at INOC 2011

The 5th international conference on network optimization was held in Hamburg, Germany. Marc Sevaux has presented part of tis work done in collaboration with Martin Josef Geiger during tis sabbatical year at Helmut Schmidt Universität.

This work presents a study on a biobjective generalization of the inventory routing problem, an important optimization problem found in logistical networks in which aspects of inventory management and vehicle routing intersect. A compact solution representation and a heuristic optimization approach are presented, and experimental investigations involving novel benchmark instances are carried out. As the investigated problem is computationally very demanding, only a small subset of solutions can be computed within reasonable time. Decision support is nevertheless obtained by means of a set of reference points, which guide the search towards the Pareto-front.

You can find the presentation here.

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