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**A comparative study of approaches to dynamic location problems.**
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Zbl 0451.90038

### Keywords:

comparative study of approaches; dynamic location problems; seven approximate methods; industrial planning; discrete-time; continuous-time; capacity expansion; heuristic methods; minimization of total discounted costs; logistics
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