Pickup and Delivery Problems (PDPs) constitute an important family of routing problems in which transportation demands require objects or passengers to be moved from different origins to different destinations. These problems are usually defined on a graph in which vertices represent origins or destinations for the different entities (or commodities) to be transported. PDPs can be classified into three main categories according to the type of demand and route structure being considered.

Pickup and Delivery Problems for Goods Transportation / Maria, Battarra; Jean François, Cordeau; Iori, Manuel. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 161-192.

Pickup and Delivery Problems for Goods Transportation

IORI, MANUEL
2014

Abstract

Pickup and Delivery Problems (PDPs) constitute an important family of routing problems in which transportation demands require objects or passengers to be moved from different origins to different destinations. These problems are usually defined on a graph in which vertices represent origins or destinations for the different entities (or commodities) to be transported. PDPs can be classified into three main categories according to the type of demand and route structure being considered.
Vehicle Routing: Problems, Methods, and Applications
978-1-611973-58-7
Toth P, Vigo D
STATI UNITI D'AMERICA
Pickup and Delivery Problems for Goods Transportation / Maria, Battarra; Jean François, Cordeau; Iori, Manuel. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 161-192.
Maria, Battarra; Jean François, Cordeau; Iori, Manuel
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