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A multi-period capacitated school location problem with modular equipment and closest assignment considerations

Bibliographic reference Delmelle, Eric M. ; Thomas, Isabelle ; Peeters, Dominique ; Thill, Jean-Claude. A multi-period capacitated school location problem with modular equipment and closest assignment considerations. In: Journal of Geographical Systems : geographical information, analysis, theory and decision, Vol. 16, no. 3, p. 263-286 (2014)
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