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For questions related to optimization problems for choosing the optimal locations of facilities such as warehouses, factories, fire stations, etc.

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I agree with @prubin's suggestions. I would also add that there are already facility location models that try to do things similar to what you are describing. For example, "coverage"-based models (set …
answered May 20 '20 by LarrySnyder610
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It sounds like you are describing either the set covering location problem (SCLP) (Wikipedia entry; canonical citation) or the maximal coverage location problem (MCLP) (Wikipedia entry; canonical cita …
answered Jul 9 '19 by LarrySnyder610
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I'm looking at the algorithm as it's described in Hochbaum (1982), which works like this: Suppose we have enumerated all $2^n-1$ subsets of the customers. Subset $P_m$ has cost $$C_m = \min_{j\in J} …
answered Jun 19 '19 by LarrySnyder610