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Yahia Zare Mehrjerdi, Ali Nadizadeh,
Volume 27, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2016)
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Using Greedy Clustering Method to Solve Capacitated Location-Routing Problem with Fuzzy Demands Abstract In this paper, the capacitated location routing problem with fuzzy demands (CLRP_FD) is considered. In CLRP_FD, facility location problem (FLP) and vehicle routing problem (VRP) are observed simultaneously. Indeed the vehicles and the depots have a predefined capacity to serve the customersthat have fuzzy demands. To model the CLRP_FD, a fuzzy chance constrained program is designed, based on fuzzy credibility theory. To solve the CLRP_FD, a greedy clustering method (GCM) including the stochastic simulation is proposed. Finally, to obtain the best value of the preference index of the model and analysis its influence on the final solutions of the problem, numerical experiments are carried out. Keywords: Capacitated location routing problem, Fuzzy demand, Credibility theory, Stochastic simulation, Ant colony system.


Ali Nadizadeh,
Volume 28, Issue 3 (IJIEPR 2017)
Abstract

In this paper, the fuzzy multi-depot vehicle routing problem with simultaneous pickup and delivery (FMDVRP-SPD) is investigated. The FMDVRP-SPD is the problem of allocating customers to several depots, so that the optimal set of routes is determined simultaneously to serve the pickup and the delivery demands of each customer within scattered depots. In the problem, both pickup and delivery demands of customers are fuzzy variables. The objective of FMDVRP-SPD is to minimize the total cost of a distribution system including vehicle traveling cost and vehicle fixed cost. To model the problem, a fuzzy chance-constrained programming model is proposed based on the fuzzy credibility theory. A heuristic algorithm combining K-means clustering algorithm and ant colony optimization is developed for solving the problem. To achieve an appropriate threshold value of parameters of the model, named “vehicle indexes”, and to analyze their influences on the final solution, numerical experiments are carried out.



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