Richard L. Church
    

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 Recent Presentations (for a complete list download Vita)

   2012

The p-dispersion problem: a unifying theory, presented at the INFORMS meeting, Phoenix, October

   2012

The p-dispersion problem, presented at the International Symposium on Locational Decision Making, Kyoto, Japan, July

   2012

An efficient heuristic for generating unsupported non-dominatring solutions in a bi-objective shortest path problem, presented by co-author A. Medrano, International Symposium on Locational Decision Making, Kyoto, Japan, July

   2012

Optimization models for locating railway stations: strategic and tactical planning, presented by co-author H. Repolho, International Symposium on Locational Decision Making, Kyoto, Japan, July

   2012

The Vector Assignment Ordered Median Problem: a unifying theoryp-dispersion problem, presented at the International Symposium on Locational Decision Making, Kyoto, Japan, July  

   2012

Locating Short Term Empty Container Storage Facilities, KEYNOTE, Red de Localizacion y Problemas Affines, Granada, Spain May   

   2012

The 4oth anniversiary of Toregas, Swain, ReVelle, Bergman, presented at the Geography colloqium UCSB,May

   2012

What makes a location problem hard to solve, presented at the Spatial Center, UCSB, March   

   2012

Vector Assignment Ordered Median Problem: a unified median problem, presented at the Western Regional Science Meetings, Kauai, Hawaii, February