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Author: Yupo Chan
ISBN: 0538886706
Language: English
Pages: 552 pages
Category: Management & Leadership
Publisher: South-Western Pub; 1 edition (June 6, 2000)
Rating: 4.8
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Recent events have deepened our conviction that many human endeavors are best described in a geospatial context

Such models are used as part of an integrated public facility location assignment in the teaching of planning methods. Recent events have deepened our conviction that many human endeavors are best described in a geospatial context. This is evidenced in the prevalence of location-based services, as afforded by the ubiquitous cell phone usage.

from book Location Theory and Decision Analysis (p. 53-212). This chapter will follow our discussion on the two methods of analysis identified in our taxonomy, focusing now on prescriptive instead of descriptive techniques

from book Location Theory and Decision Analysis (p. Location Theory and Decision Analysis. Chapter · March 2011 with 20 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. This chapter will follow our discussion on the two methods of analysis identified in our taxonomy, focusing now on prescriptive instead of descriptive techniques. By way of a definition, prescriptive technique is generally used in system design, where a stated goal or objective is to be achieved. In the context of this book, the function of a prescriptive model then, is to configure a facility location or land use plan to achieve this goal or objective.

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Автор: Yupo Chan Название: Location Theory and Decision Analysis Издательство: Springer Классификация .

Автор: Yupo Chan Название: Location Theory and Decision Analysis Издательство: Springer Классификация: Политическая экономия Экономическая география Региональное и зональное планирование Машиностроение: общее ISBN: 3662501600 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783662501603 ISBN: 3-662-50160-0 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-3-662-50160-3 Вес: . 28 кг. Дата издания: 0. 5.

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Preface Location Theory and Decision Analysis is tailored toward upperclass and graduatelevel courses that include location decision making. It includes the fundamental theories and analysis procedures of that process

Preface Location Theory and Decision Analysis is tailored toward upperclass and graduatelevel courses that include location decision making. It includes the fundamental theories and analysis procedures of that process.

Yupo Chan, William B. Carter, Michael D. Burnes. Facility-Location Models. This book is aimed toward upperclass and graduate-level courses that include location decisionmaking

Yupo Chan, William B. Simultaneous Models. Including Generation, Competition and Distribution i. More). This book is aimed toward upperclass and graduate-level courses that include location decisionmaking.

This is the first book to integrate models for facilities siting and land-use. Employing state-of-the-art quantitative models and case-studies, this book guides the siting of such facilities as transportation terminals, warehouses, nuclear power plants, military bases, landfills, emergency shelters, state parks, and industrial plants. It is very valuable to management-science analysts, transportation logisticians, civil and environmental engineers, economists, geographers, urban planners, developers, corporations, government officials, and anyone involved in facility operation and planning who wishes to avoid the costly mistakes that can result from poor locational decisions. Facility consolidation, contraction, expansion, and the traffic flow through these facilities are also discussed.