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A genetic algorithm for the problem of configuring a hub-and-spoke network for a LTL trucking company in Brazil

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  • Cunha, Claudio B.
  • Silva, Marcos Roberto

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  • Cunha, Claudio B. & Silva, Marcos Roberto, 2007. "A genetic algorithm for the problem of configuring a hub-and-spoke network for a LTL trucking company in Brazil," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 179(3), pages 747-758, June.
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