Articles & Papers

Solving Transportation Network Problems

Problems that are solved by using transportation networks by applying graph theory to world commodity markets. Most commodity markets are created far away from production sources, as a result, freight exerts great influence in the final landed price of a commodity.

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Logistics and Networks

Issues running an efficient search algorithm in a logistics network in order to find origin-destination and applicable freight rates

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Statistical Freight Rates Predictions

The question that this paper intends to answer is whether freight rates can be predicted accurately applying statistical and network methods.

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Statistical Data Analysis

The question that this paper intends to answer is whether freight rates can be predicted accurately applying statistical and network methods?

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Transportation

A freight rate prediction model based on normal distribution of present market frequency spreads projected to meet future supply and demand.

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Freight Rate Optimization

Freight markets are exclusive to each surface domain whether ground, air, water or a combination thereof. As a result, freight rate optimization must be implemented within an individual domain not only because the exercise takes place in a particular environment, but also, because the prerequisites…

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Optimizing Freight Rate Functions

Using discrete mathematics to describe the behavior of transportation networks has to include Riemannian geometry in consideration of geographical curved space and gradients. This issue alone can represent an immense challenge for developers who may be very competitive in computer science but not in…

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Transportation Models and Theories (Part One

In order to accommodate all concerning materials and still keep this paper length-readable it is made available in two parts. Freight rates in nodal format based on origin-destination published by carriers; leave out minor ports in the network. Using a minimal approach of 50 nodal points to cover…

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