The GFA with roads experiment takes into account actual roads and population of cities, which allows it to suggest more accurate DC locations, as compared to the simple GFA experiment. The offered locations cannot be placed on top of a mountain or in a sea. The experiment considers the following data:
- Locations of the customers
- List of products
- Aggregated demand for each customer and product
- Existing roads a vehicle can take to deliver the products
- Population of the cities
You can also use it as the Brownfield analysis to extend the existing properly functioning GFA scenario.
To create an experiment you need to previously create at least one scenario.
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