Martin Riedler

Martin Riedler
TU Wien | TU Wien · Institute of Logic and Computation

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Introduction
Martin Riedler currently works at the Institute of Logic and Computation, TU Wien. Martin does research in Computing in Mathematics, Natural Science, Engineering and Medicine, Artificial Neural Network and Artificial Intelligence. Their most recent publication is 'Exact Approaches for Network Design Problems with Relays'.

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We study the directed network design problem with relays (DNDPR) whose aim is to construct a minimum cost network that enables the communication of a given set of origin-destination pairs. Thereby, expensive signal regeneration devices need to be placed to cover communication distances exceeding a predefined threshold. Applications of the DNDPR ari...
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Today’s society is facing an ever-growing demand for mobility. To a high degree these needs can be fulfilled by individual and public transport. People that do not have access to the former and cannot use the latter require additional means of transportation. This is where dial-a-ride services come into play. The dial-a-ride problem considers trans...
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In this article we consider the network design problem with relays (NDPR) which gives answers to some important strategic design questions in telecommunication network design. Given a family of origin-destination pairs and a set of existing links these questions are: (1) What are the optimal locations for signal regeneration devices (relays) and ho...
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We study the directed network design problem with relays (DNDPR) whose aim is to construct a minimum cost network that enables the communication of a given set of origin-destination pairs. Thereby, expensive signal regeneration devices need to be placed to cover communication distances exceeding a predefined threshold. Applications of the DNDPR ari...
Chapter
In the particle therapy patient scheduling problem (PTPSP) cancer therapies consisting of sequences of treatments have to be planned within a planning horizon of several months. In our previous works we approached PTPSP by decomposing it into a day assignment part and a sequencing part. The decomposition makes the problem more manageable, however,...
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In this article we consider the Network Design Problem with Relays (NDPR) which gives answers to some important strategic design questions in telecommunication network design and electric mobility. Given a family of origin-destination pairs and a set of existing links in the telecommunication context these questions are: (1) What are the optimal lo...
Technical Report
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We consider a resource-constrained project scheduling problem originating in particle therapy for cancer treatment, in which the scheduling has to be done in high resolution. Traditional mixed integer linear programming techniques such as time-indexed formulations or discrete-event formulations are known to have severe limitations in such cases, th...
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We consider a resource‐constrained project scheduling problem originating in particle therapy for cancer treatment, in which the scheduling has to be done in high resolution. Traditional mixed integer linear programming techniques such as time‐indexed formulations or discrete‐event formulations are known to have severe limitations in such cases, th...
Technical Report
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Today's society is facing an ever-growing demand for mobility. To a high degree these needs can be fulfilled by individual and public transport. People that do not have access to the former and cannot use the latter require additional means of transportation. This is where dial-a-ride services come into play. The dial-a-ride problem considers trans...

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