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Standortplanung unter Wettbewerb - Teil 1: Grundlagen

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  • Haase, Knut
  • Hoppe, Mirko
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    Der Aufbau von Teil 1 gestaltet sich wie folgt: Kapitel 2 beschäftigt sich sowohl mit Einordnung und Abgrenzung der Standortplanung unter Wettbewerb in den umfangreichen Korpus der Literatur zur Standortplanung allgemein als auch mit der Abgrenzung von diesem Bereich. Dabei werden die Klassifizierung der Modelle sowie die wichtigsten Komponenten bei der Standortplanung unter Wettbewerb in Kapitel 3 erläutert. Des Weiteren erfolgt in Kapitel 4 eine Beschreibung ausgewählter klassischer Location-Allocation-Modelle (LA), auf welchen nachfolgende Location-Choice-Modelle (LC) (vgl. Kapitel 5) aufbauen. Mit Kapitel 6 fassen wir die Ergebnisse von Teil 1 nochmals zusammen.

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    Paper provided by Technische Universität Dresden, "Friedrich List" Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, Institute of Transport and Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 2/2008.

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    Date of creation: 2008
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