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Hybrid artificial bee colony algorithm for transit network design. / Szeto, W. Y.; Jiang, Yu.

In: Transportation Research Record, No. 2284, 2012, p. 47-56.

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Szeto, W. Y. ; Jiang, Yu. / Hybrid artificial bee colony algorithm for transit network design. In: Transportation Research Record. 2012 ; No. 2284. pp. 47-56.

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