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Vínculo original en AQUACULTURE ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT, 16 (1):68-95; 10.1080/13657305.2012.649333 2012
Wang, EJ; Tsai, DM; Su, TS; Lin, KY

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SIMULATED ANNEALING FOR COST-EFFECTIVE TRANSPORT OF LIVE AQUACULTURE PRODUCTS

This study elucidates a vehicle routing problem with a single depot and multi-customers, in which a simulated annealing approach is used for transporting live aquaculture products. In contrast with previous models that focused on cost, transportation distance, or time, this study separately optimizes a sole depot with multi-customer flows by using a mathematical model that considers transportation, survival rates, and cost classifications of live aquaculture products. Specifically, the simulated annealing approach is adopted to facilitate the multi-customer transport vehicle routing problem on carrier selections and their interactions. The proposed model is applied to several relevant scenarios with cost-effectiveness. The computational results demonstrate the effectiveness of the model for solving the problem of transporting live aquaculture products.