Miao Li

Miao Li
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Management Information and Operations Management



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Miao Li currently works at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University. Miao does research in Sport Scheduling.


Publications (7)
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Choosing the locations and the capacities of emergency warehouses for the storage of relief materials is critical to the quality of services provided in the wake of a large-scale emergency such as an earthquake. This paper proposes a stochastic programming model to determine disaster sites’ locations as well as their scales by considering damaged s...
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are widely used to perform monitoring tasks both in the military and civilian areas, and the planning of their routes is critical. This study investigates a routing problem in which UAVs monitor a set of areas with different accuracy requirements. This problem is a variant of the classical vehicle routing problem (VR...
Coal mine safety is the foundation of coal mine enterprise development, and inspections performed by safety personnel are an indispensable part of ensuring the production of coal mines. The complex network of tunnels in underground mines restricts the efficiency of safety inspection routes; therefore, planning these routes is critical. This study i...
With the rapid development of container transportation and the fierce competition among ports, container terminal operators pay more attention to meet the individual needs of customers. This study develops a system to estimate container liner shipping arrival time and the probability distribution for each time set by considering transit process and...
This paper investigates a stowage planning problem, in which a liner ship will visit a sequence of ports, the number of available quay cranes in ports and the numbers of loading/unloading containers in ports are uncertain. This stowage planning problem is about how to assign the loaded containers to the bays of the ship considering uncertain inform...


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