Transportation, Vehicle Routing And Scheduling

Design of road and utility networks typically is concerned with finding least-cost pathways that may involve both spatial and temporal considerations. Basic transportation network design typically focuses on minimizing time and monetary cost, but more advanced analyses may also include non-monetary environmental costs.


vehicle routing; vehicle scheduling; transportation

Related Methods

A* Search Algorithm

Dikstra's Algorithm

Path Finding Algorithms

Parent Categories

Network Design


Keith Reynolds

Last Updated

2008-06-06T00:00:00Z ^^

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