Complex problems are entangled with our everyday life, usually without us noticing. We rely on fast-speed internet, where each package traverses several routers around the globe. We use transportation systems and rely on train and airport providers to reliably schedule
On March 17th and 18th, the EU/MEeeting 2016 took place at the University of Antwerp. The workshop was a great success, with many interesting talks and long discussions about the design and analysis of metaheuristics. Below, you can find the presentations of Florian, Renata and Daniel. F.
On January 28th and 29th, Christof, Florian, Floor, Renata and Kenneth participated in the 30th Annual Conference of the Belgian Operations Research Society (ORBEL30). You can find their presentations below. F. Arnold and K. Sörensen, “The multiple-product multiple-depot vehicle routing problem with inventory restrictions,” in ORBEL30: 30th
EU/MEeting on Design and Analysis of Metaheuristics March 17-18, 2016 – Antwerp, Belgium The Antwerp Operations Research Group ANT/OR is looking forward to welcome you at the 17th EU/ME workshop on “Design and Analysis of Metaheuristics”. The conference will be
Optimization and horizontal collaboration The freight transportation sector accounts for a major percentage of the global economy. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the transportation of goods and services contributed 1156 billion dollars to the US economy
On November 20th, we had a invited speaker for one of the ANT/OR sessions. Bart Braem gave a presentation about the MOSAIC (MOdeling of Systems And Internet Communication) group and the research they carry out. Below, you can find the slides and more
On October 29th, we had a special guest for one of the ANT/OR sessions. Willy Van den Driessche gave a very interesting presentation about software patterns in software engineering and their application in the development of metaheuristics. Below, you can
A set of test instances. 2 different types of nodes (labelled as type 1 or type 2), randomly generated around cluster centers, density is normally distributed. Possible applications: network generation/network optimization for telecommunications networks, electricity networks, water distribution networks, gas
Bagana fragments generated in “Generating structured music for bagana using quality metrics based on Markov models”
Below are the example bagana fragments generated by the VNS described in the paper D. Herremans, S. Weisser, K. Sörensen, and D. Conklin, “Generating structured music for bagana using quality metrics based on markov models,” Expert systems with applications, vol.
Kenneth Sörensen was interviewed as a part of a short clip describing the research carried out at the University of Antwerp. In this opportunity: the port of Antwerp, transportation and logistics.