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A new discretization method is proposed for multi-input-driven nonlinear continuous systems with time-delays, based on a combination of the Taylor series expansion and the first-order hold (FOH) assumption. The mathematical structure of the new discretization scheme is explored. On the basis of...
In the rendezvous problem, the goal for two mobile agents is to meet whenever this is possible. In the rendezvous with detection problem, an additional goal for the agents is to detect the impossibility of a rendezvous (e.g., due to symmetrical initial positions of the agents) and stop. We...
This paper considers a single-vehicle Dial-a-Ride Problem in which customers may experience stochastic delays at their pickup locations. If a customer is absent when the vehicle serves the pickup location, the request is fulfilled by an alternative service (e.g., a taxi) whose cost is added to...
The general problem in location theory deals with functions that find sites to minimize some cost, or maximize some benefit, to a given set of clients. In the discrete case sites and clients are represented by vertices of a graph, in the continuous case by points of a network. The axiomatic...
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