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Modeling Separations of Plant Layout Problems
This paper describes the results of a simulation study that evaluated the performance of different separations of the plant layout problem solved by bounded rational decision-makers. Seven problem instances from the ...
On the dynamics of linear functional differential equations with asymptotically constant solutions
We discuss the dynamics of general linear functional differential equations with solutions that exhibit asymptotic constancy. We apply fixed point theory methods to study the stability of these solutions and we provide ...
Towards a unified theory of consensus
We revisit the classic multi-agent distributed consensus problem under mild connectivity assumptions and non-uniformly bounded weights. The analysis is based on a novel application of the standard results from the non-negative ...
Stability by Fixed Point Theory in Consensus Dynamics
We study the stability of linear time invariant distributed consensus dynamics in the presence of multiple propagation and processing delays. We employ fixed point theory (FPT) methods and derive sufficient conditions for ...
Instances for the Recoverable Robust Two-Level Network Design Problem
We provide the instances used in the paper "The Recoverable Robust Two-Level Network Design Problem", by E. Alvarez-Miranda, I. Ljubic, S. Raghavan and P. Toth, accepted for publication in the INFORMS J. on Computing, ...