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Modelling and Analysis for Hazardous Materials Transportation: Risk Analysis, Routing/Scheduling and Facility Location

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Modelling and Analysis for Hazardous Materials Transportation : Risk Analysis, Routing/Scheduling and Facility Location. / List, George F.; Mirchandari, Pitu B.; Turnquist, Mark A.; Zografos, Konstantinos.

In: Transportation Science, Vol. 25, No. 2, 01.05.1991, p. 100-114.

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List, George F. ; Mirchandari, Pitu B. ; Turnquist, Mark A. ; Zografos, Konstantinos. / Modelling and Analysis for Hazardous Materials Transportation : Risk Analysis, Routing/Scheduling and Facility Location. In: Transportation Science. 1991 ; Vol. 25, No. 2. pp. 100-114.

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