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eBook Optimal Spatial Interaction and the Gravity Model (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) epub
  • ISBN: 3540097295
  • Author: Sven Svenaeus
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Economics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1980 edition (March 18, 1980)
  • Pages: 113 pages
  • ePUB size: 1812 kb
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems . The gravity model is here studied as the solution to an optimizing model.

Part of the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems book series (LNE, volume 173). In spite of this approach, much of the material shoula be of general interest. Algorithms are not discussed.

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This book addresses production and inventory management problems where products can be replaced by specified . In addition to single-level dynamic lot-sizing models with substitutions, models for multi-level production systems with flexible bills-of-materials and recipes are devised

This book addresses production and inventory management problems where products can be replaced by specified substitutes. Depending on the considered application, substitutions can potentially improve the service level, reduce required safety stocks and total setup costs and times, utilize cost variations of input products, and reduce the amount of wastage. In addition to single-level dynamic lot-sizing models with substitutions, models for multi-level production systems with flexible bills-of-materials and recipes are devised. Also, a simulation-based optimization approach for a multi-location inventory system with substitutions is developed.

Two kinds of models for the cost-optimal generation o. .Optimal power generation under uncertainty via stochastic programming. January 1998 · Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. A power generation system comprising thermal and pumped-storage hydro plants is considered. Two kinds of models for the cost-optimal generation of electric power under uncertain load are introduced: (i) a dynamic model far the short-term operation and (ii) a power production planning model.

Book DescriptionThis book deals with the economy as a complex interactive system. The emphasis is on the direct interaction between agents rather than on the indirect and autonomous interaction through the market mechanism. Contributions from economists. The Complex Dynamics of Economic Interaction : Essays in Economics and Econophysics (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems). ISBN: 354040497X; Издательство: Springer. Book DescriptionThis book deals with the economy as a complex interactive system.

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This book has grown out of a desire to explore the possibilities of using optimizing models in transportation planning. This approach has been followed throughout. Models which combine descriptive and optimizing elements are not treated

This book has grown out of a desire to explore the possibilities of using optimizing models in transportation planning. Models which combine descriptive and optimizing elements are not treated. The author has benefited from discussions with many colleagues.

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These lecture notes have been prepared as a first course in fluid mechanics up to the presentation of the millennium problem listed by the Clay Mathematical Institute. Only a good knowledge of classical Newtonian mechanics is assumed. Like any mathematical model of the real world, fluid mechanics makes some basic assumptions about the materials being studied. These assumptions are turned into equations that must be satisfied if the assumptions are to be held true.

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Campbell, James . 1997. Gravity models of Spatial Interaction Behavior. Advances in Spatial and Network Economics) : Ashish Sen and Tony E. Smith. Springer-Verlag, Tiergartenstrasse 17, D-69121, Heidelberg, Germany, 1995. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

This book has grown out of a desire to explore the possibilities of using optimizing models in transportation planning. This approach has been followed throughout. Models which combine descriptive and optimizing elements are not treated. The gravity model is here studied as the solution to an optimizing model. In spite of this approach, much of the material shoula be of general interest. Algorithms are not discussed. The author has benefited from discussions with many colleagues. M. Florian suggested the term "interacti vi ty". N. F. Stewart and P. Smeds gave many valu­ able comments on a first draft. M. Beckmann made me think once more about the final chapters. R. Grubbstrem and K. Jornsten helped clarifYing some things in the same chapters. Remaining insufficiencies are due to the author. Gun Mannervik typed with great patience. Linkoping in October 1979 Sven Erlander ABSTRACT The book proposes extended use of optimizing models in transportation plann­ ing. An entropy constrained linear program for the trip distribution problem is formulated and shown to have the ordinarJ doubly constrained gravity model as its solution. Entropy is here used as a measure of interactivity, which is constrained to be at a prescribed level. In this way the variation present in the reference trip matrix is preserved. (The properties of entropy as a dispersion measure are shortly discussed. ) The detailed mathematics of the optimal solutions as well as of sensitivity and duality are given.
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