The triggering learning algorithm and the problem of local maximaOur analysis shows that the expected time complexity of the new algorithm is. In simulations, our algorithm speeds up computation by a factor of for sequences of length Springer Professional.
Springer Wexler Algorithm. Zurück zum Suchergebnis. Abstract In the universal facility location problem, we are given a set of clients and facilities. Our goal is to find an assignment such that the total connection and facility cost is minimized. The connection cost is proportional to the distance between each client and its assigned facility, whereas the facility cost is a nondecreasing function with respect to the total number of clients assigned to the facility. The universal facility location problem generalizes several classical facility location problems, including the uncapacitated facility location problem and the capacitated facility location problem both hard and soft capacities.
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