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Accurate calculation of hazardous materials transport risks. (English) Zbl 1041.90003
Summary: We propose two path-selection algorithms for the transport of hazardous materials. The algorithms can deal with link impedances that are path-dependent. This approach is superior to the use of a standard shortest path algorithm, common in the literature and practice, which results in inaccuracies.

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90B06Transportation, logistics
90C35Programming involving graphs or networks
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