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Location of regional facilities. (English) Zbl 0593.90029
Summary: We consider the single-facility and multifacility problems of the minisum type of locating facilities on the plane. Both demand locations and the facilities to be located are assumed to have circular shapes, and demand and service is assumed to have a uniform probability density inside each shape. The expected distance between two facilities is calculated. Euclidean and squared-Euclidean distances are discussed.

MSC:
90B05 Inventory, storage, reservoirs
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