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A note on “Multicriteria adaptive paths in stochastic, time-varying networks”


  • Pretolani, Daniele

    () (Department of Sciences and Methods of Engineering)

  • Nielsen, Lars Relund

    () (Research Unit of Statistics and Decision Analysis)

  • Andersen, Kim Allan

    () (Department of Business Studies, Aarhus School of Business)


In a recent paper, Opasanon and Miller-Hooks study multicriteria adaptive paths in stochastic time-varying networks. They propose a label correcting algorithm for finding the full set of efficient strategies. In this note we show that their algorithm is not correct, since it is based on a property that does not hold in general. Opasanon and Miller-Hooks also propose an algorithm for solving a parametric problem. We give a simplified algorithm which is linear in the input size.

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  • Pretolani, Daniele & Nielsen, Lars Relund & Andersen, Kim Allan, 2006. "A note on “Multicriteria adaptive paths in stochastic, time-varying networks”," CORAL Working Papers L-2006-11, University of Aarhus, Aarhus School of Business, Department of Business Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhb:aarbls:2006-011

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    Multiple objective programming; shortest paths; stochastic time-dependent networks; time-adaptive strategies;

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