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ISOLDE XI Conference Schedule
Dates
9:00  9:15am 

Introduction 

9:1510:10am 

Key note presentation by Zvi Drezner, 2005 recipient
of the SOLA location award 

10:1010:30am 

Coffee Break 

10:3012:10pm 

Competitive Location Models(4) 
Chair: Dan Serra 


Sensitivity in Competitive Location Models 
H.A. Eiselt & Vladimir Marianov 


Improving Commercial Territory Design for a Distribution Firm
with Constructive and Destructive Heuristics 
Jaime CanoBelmán, Roger Z. RíosMercado 


Emergent Location Patterns in Competitive Retail Markets 
Lieselot Vanhaverbeke & Frank Plastria 


Incorporating inventory decisions in competitive location models 
Francisco Silva 
12:101:30pm 

Lunch 

1:30  3:10pm (1) 

Location and transportation (4) 
Chair: John Current 


Organizing hospital services into networks: A Hierarchical and multiproduct location
model with application to the Portuguese health care system 
Ana Mestre, Mónica
Oliveira, & Ana BarbosaPóvoa 


Transportation Design: Location and Planning 
Ángel Marín, Juan A.
Mesa, & Federico Perea 


Locating Lottery Retail Stores in Barcelona: A Consumer Oriented Approach 
Daniel Serra & Vladimir Marianov 


Fuzzy approach to optimal manipulation with empty containers
within a (Mediterranean) feeder system 
Danijela TuljakSuban &
Marija Bogataj 
1:30  3:10pm (2) 

Planar Models (4) 
Chair: Zvi Drezner 


Integer planar location problems 
Anita Schöbel 


The Big Cube Small Cube Method for Location Problems with Multi
Parameters 
Daniel Scholz & Anita Schöbel 


More (d.c.) bounds for planar location models 
Rafael Blanquero & Emilio Carrizosa 


A dual algorithm for the weighted Euclidean distance minmax location in IR^{n} 
P.M. Dearing 
3:103:30 pm 

Coffee Break 

3:30  5:10pm (1) 

Location models and applications (4) 
Chair Pitu Mirchandani 


The impact of site location in CStores Sales under the New Paradigm of the Portuguese Fuel Retail Market 
Raul M. S. Laureano 


Capacitated Facility Location for Disbursement of Supplies in a
LargeScale Emergency 
Pavankumar Murali, Maged M. Dessouky, &
Fernando Ordóñez 


The Army Reserve Stationing Study 
LTC Robert D. Bradford, III & Tucker D. Hughes 


Solving an actual optimization routing problem for an agricultural cooperative 
V. Blanco, Y. Hinojosa,
& J. Puerto 
3:30  5:10pm (2) 

New solution techniques (4) 
Chair: Richard Middleton 


GRASP Heuristics for the Capacitated Multisource Weber Problem 
Martino Luis, Said Salhi, & Gábor Nagy 


Bioinspired approaches for large scale hub location problems 
Enrique Dominguez
& José Muñoz 


Parallel Variable Neighborhood Search for the Capacited pMedian
Problem 
Dionisio PérezBrito, Feliz
García López, & Carlos G. García González 


Duality for multiobjective location problems 
Gert Wanka 
8:30  10:10am 

Defense & Robust Design (4) 
Chair: M.P. Scaparra 

96 
Hardening facilities against random numbers of losses 
Federico Liberatore, M.
Paola Scaparra, & Mark Daskin 

97 
Designing Robust Coverage Networks to Hedge against WorseCase
Facility Losses 
Jesse R. O'Hanley & Richard L. Church 

6 
Risk
Management in Uncapacitated Facility Location Models with Random Demands 
Michael R. Wagner, H. Steve Peng, & Joy Bhadury 

60 
Facility
Reliability Models: Preparing random and nonrandom failures 
Michael Lim, Mark Daskin, Achal Bassamboo, & Sunil Chopra 
10:10  10:30am 

Coffee break 

10:30  12:10pm 

Competitive Location Models (4) 
Chair: H.A. Eiselt 

14 
Profitmaximizing service system design with elastic demand and
congestion 
Robert Aboolian, Oded Berman, & Dmitry Krass 

59 
Commercial Territory Design with Joint Assignment Constraints: A
Heuristic Approach 
Saúl I.
CaballeroHernández, Roger Z. RíosMercado, Satu Elisa Schaeffer, &
Fabián López 

70 
Cannibalization in a Competitive Franchise Environment 
Tammy Drezner 

8 
A Continuous Time Dynamic Model of Competitive Facility Location 
Terry L. Friesz, Changhyun Kwon, & Tae Il Lim 
12:10 – 1:30pm 

Lunch 

1:30 – 3:10pm (1) 

Continuous space location Models (4) 
Chair: Tammy Drezner 

54 
A continuous analysis framework for the solution of
locationallocation problems with dense demand 
Alper Murat, Vedat
Verter, & Gilbert Laporte 

56 
Designing Connected Territories for a Beverage Distribution Firm
with a LocationAllocation Scheme 
J. Ángel
SeguraRamiro, Roger Z. RíosMercado, Ada M. ÁlvarezSocarrás, & Karim de
Alba Romenus 

47 
MultiFacility Weber Problems with Facility Clusters 
Kathrin Klamroth & Martin Bischoff 

12 
The Capacitated pCenter Problem with Multiple Allocation 
Maria AlbaredaSambola, Juan A. Díaz, & Elena Fernández 
1:30 – 3:10pm (2) 

Planar Location Problems (4) 
Chair: Juan Mesa 

18 
Analysis of Facility Location Using Order Rectilinear Distance
in Regular Point Patterns 
Masashi Miyagawa 

22 
Line Location And Robust Regression 
Mark Körner & Anita Schöbel 

83 
On the location of circles with type kcentrum criteria 
Antonio J. Lozano, Juan A. Mesa, & Frank Plastria 

1 
Locating a minisum circle in the plane 
Jack Brimberg, Henrik Juel, & Anita Schöbel 
3:10 – 3:30pm 

Coffee break 

3:30 – 5:10pm (1) 

Network design (4) 
Chair: António Antunes 

85 
A model for urban hierarchy and transportation network planning 
João Bigotte, António Antunes, Oded Berman, & Dmitry Krass 

4 
Dynamic School Network Planning in Urban Areas 
Knut Haase & Sven Mueller 

52 
Crossdocking network design with load balancing and operational
considerations 
Nayoung Cho & Leyla Ozsen 

34 
The Connection LocationAllocation Problem 
Martin Bischoff 
3:30 – 5:10pm (2) 

Equity, districting and preferences (4) 
Chair: Tim Matisziw 

24 
Equity in Semiobnoxious Facility Location Models 
Maria Conceição Fonseca & Maria Eugénia Captivo 

102 
Districting and Location in the Courts: The Making of the New
Judiciary Map of Portugal 
António Antunes, João
Teixeira, João Bigotte, & Hugo Repolho 

78 
Location with preferences 
Sergio García & Alfredo Marín 

88 
The reliable maximinmaxisum location problem on a tree 
Jose Santivanez & Emanuel Melachrinoudis 
5:30 – 6:30pm 

Reception at the UCSB Faculty Club 

6:30 – 8:00pm 

Dinner at the UCSB Faculty Club 

8:30  10:10am 

Location and scheduling (4) 
Chair: Mark Daskin 


42 
An agent based approach for modeling location problems 
Giuseppe Bruno & Andrea Genovese 


5 
An exact algorithm for the Capacity and Distance Constrained
Plant Location Problem: Valid inequalities and separation problems. 
Maria AlbaredaSambola, Elena Fernández, & Gilbert Laporte 


55 
Simultaneous Scheduling and Location (ScheLoc) 
Horst W. Hamacher & Marcel T. Kalsch 


3 
Dynamic Location Problems with Discrete Expansion and Reduction
Sizes of Available Capacities: model and algorithms 
Joana Dias, Maria Eugénia Captivo, & João Clímaco 

10:10 – 10:30am 

Coffee break 


10:30  12:10pm 

Competitive location (4) 
Chair: Tim Lowe 


29 
Flexible Discrete Facility Location: A Generalized Model and
Associated Solution Approaches 
Alfredo Marín, Stefan Nickel, & Sebastian Velten 


11 
A Portfolio Approach to MNE Location Choices 
Lilach Nachum & Sangyoung Song 


94 
A new discrete competitive multistore location model 
Knut Haase 


101 
RevenueOptimizing Location Model with Equilibriumdriven Demand
and Congestion 
Oded Berman, Dmitry Krass, & Dehui Tong 

12:10 – 1:30pm 

Lunch 



1:30 – 3:10pm (1) 

New Model Formulations (4) 
Chair: Horst Hamacher 



7 
Network Location: A Survey of Models, Theory, and Methods 
Barbaros Ç.
Tansel & Damla S. Ahipaşaoğlu 



81 
Multiobjective Source Location Problem 
Dwi Retnani Poetranto Gross & Horst W. Hamacher 



44 
Discretized reformulations for capacitated location problems
with modular distribution costs 
Isabel Correia, Luís Gouveia, & Francisco SaldanhadaGama 



45 
Different formulations for ordered median hub location problems 
J. Puerto, A.B. Ramos, & A.M. RodriguezChía 


1:30 – 3:10pm (2) 

Transportation oriented location problems (4) 
Chair: Roberto Galvao 



87 
Location Models for Motorway Interchanges 
Hugo Repolho, António Antunes, & Richard L. Church 



36 
Assessing the robustness in topological configurations of rapid
transit systems 
Miguel A. Pozo, Antonio J. Lozano, Juan A. Mesa, & Francisco
A. Ortega 



41 
Locating Sensors on a Traffic Network: an Overview 
Monica Gentili & Pitu B. Mirchandani 



38 
Mathematical models for reverse
logistics: An algorithm for a twolevel problem 
Leonardo R. da Costa & Roberto Diéguez Galvão 


3:10 – 3:30pm 

Coffee break 



3:30 – 5:10pm 

Disperson, barriers and regret (3) 
Chair: Leonardo R. da Costa 



30 
The Maximal Dispersion Territory Design Problem 
Elena Fernández, Jörg Kalcsics, Stefan Nickel, & Roger Rios 



40 
Optimal Placement of a Facility In Presence of a Probabilistic
Barrier 
Mustafa S. Canbolat & George O. Wesolowsky 



50 
Minimax Regret Path Location on Trees 
Justo Puerto, Federica Ricca, & Andrea Scozzari 

8:30  10:10am 

Covering Models (4) 
Chair: Vladimir Marianov 


26 
Coverage Optimization for Deploying an Emergency Wireless
Network 
Daoqin Tong & Sandy Dall’erba 


91 
The minimal cost/maximal covering pforest problem 
John Current & Richard L. Church 


82 
Market Coverage and Service Quality in
Digital Subscriber Lines Infrastructure Planning 
Tony H. Grubesic, Timothy C. Matisziw & Alan T. Murray 


39 
The Location Set Covering Problem with Service Quality: User
Choice of Facility 
Vladimir Marianov & H.A. Eiselt 

10:10  10:30am 

Coffee break 


10:30  12:10pm 

Location Modeling &GIS (4) 
Chair: Tony Grubesic 


105 
Location Modeling and GIS 
Alan T. Murray & Richard L. Church 


13 
A LocationRouting Model and a GIS Framework for a Competitive
MultiFacility Location Problems 
Burçin Bozkaya, Seda Yanık, & Billur Engin 


79 
Transportation for Seniors; Planning a Senior Shuttle Service
with GIS 
Nigel Waters & Muhammad Tubbsum 


15 
Location Planning using Geographic and Demographic Data 
Bernhard van Bonn, Konstantin Horstmann, Stefan Nickel &
HansPeter Ziegler 

12:10  1:30pm 

Lunch 



1:30 – 3:10pm 

Hub Location (4) 
Chair: Tanja Meyer 


51 
Rectilinear minimax hub location
problems 
Morton E. O'Kelly 


9 
Solving the Capacitated Hub Location Problem with Single
Assignment with BranchandPrice 
Iván Contreras, Elena Fernández, & Juan A. Díaz 


67 
A 2phase algorithm for solving phub location problems 
Andreas T. Ernst, Mohan Krishnamoorthy, & Tanja Meyer 


76 
Release Time Scheduling in Hub Location Problems 
Bahar Y. Kara, Oya E. Karasan, & Hande Yaman 

3:10 – 3:30pm 

Coffee break 







3:30 – 5:10pm 

Emergency response, restoration, and protection (4) 
Chair: Alan T. Murray 


80 
Prioritizing Network Service Restoration 
Timothy C. Matisziw, Alan T. Murray, & Tony H. Grubesic 


95 
A multilevel modeling approach for the capacitated pmedian
interdiction problem with fortification 
M. Paola Scaparra & Richard L. Church 


98 
Models and Algorithms for location and relocation of ambulances 
Roberto Cordone, Federico Ficarelli, & Giovanni Righini 


90 
The Historical Allocation and Location (HAL) Model for EMS
Location 
Paul Sorensen & Richard L. Church 
8:30 – 10:10am 

New models & Algorithms (4) 
Chair: Oded Berman 


92 
A TwoPhase Multicriteria DSS
Dedicated to Location Problems 
João Clímaco, Maria
Eugénia Captivo, Sérgio Fernandes, & Inês Vital 


72 
Constructing a DC Decomposition for the Ordered Median Problem 
Zvi Drezner & Stefan Nickel 


100 
Improved Algorithms for Covering a Family of Paths 
A. Tamir 


73 
Location of a Facility which Sells Goods 
Carlton H. Scott & Zvi Drezner 

10:10  10:30am 

Coffee break 







10:30  12:10pm 

Hub Location (5) 
Chair: James Campbell 


20 
The Stochastic pHub Center Problem with ServiceLevel
Constraints 
Thaddeus Sim, Timothy Lowe, & Barrett Thomas 


43 
The design of incomplete hub networks 
Sibel Alumur, Bahar Y. Kara, & Oya E. Karasan 


10 
The treeofhubs location problem: A comparison of formulations 
Iván Contreras, Elena Fernández, & Alfredo Marín 


63 
Single hub location of air cargo using the generalized Weber
model 
Daisuke Watanabe, Takahiro Majima, Keiki Takadama, &
Mitujiro Katuhara 


57 
Hub Location for Time Definite Transportation 
James F. Campbell 

12:10 – 1:30pm 

Lunch 



1:30 – 3:10pm 

The Environment (4) 
Chair: Michael Kuby 



25 
A discussion of some location problems global warming can cause 
Richard L. Francis 



84 
A Pipeline Network Design Model for Geologic Carbon
Sequestration and Carbon Credit Pricing 
Richard Middleton, Michael Kuby, & Jeffrey Bielicki 



103 
Comparison of Different Methods for the Optimal Location of
Pumping Wells in an Aquifer 
Maria C. Cunha &
António Antunes 



71 
What foreclosed homes should a municipality purchase to
stabilize vulnerable neighborhoods 
Michael P. Johnson & David Turcotte 


3:10 – 3:30pm 

Coffee break 









3:30 – 5:10pm 

Stochastic (2) 
Chair: Stefan Nickel 



75 
Voronoi Approaches to Location
Problems Related to Wireless Sensors 
Atsuo Suzuki, Takehiro Furuta, Mihiro Sasaki, Fumio Ishizaki,
& Hajime Miyazawa 



17 
Stochastic LocationAssignment on an Interval with Sequential
Arrivals 
Kannan Viswanath & James Ward 




Discussion & Selection of the site for ISOLDEXII 



6:30pm  x 

Dinner at the Rotunda of the Doubletree Hotel 

