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A.F. (Adriana) Gabor

Assistant Professor

Adriana Gabor
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Programme:
Logistics & Information Systems
ERIM Membership:
Member ERIM, affiliated since 2008
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Adriana Gabor is assistant professor in the Econometrics department of the Erasmus School of Economics. Her main research interests are in combinatorial and stochastic optimization problems and their applications in logistics. In particular, she is interested in developping robust solution for facility location problems and resource allocation problems when demand is uncertain.

Publications (21)
  • Articles (16)
    • Gaast, J.P. van der, Rietveld, C.A., Gabor, A.F. & Zhang, Y. (2014). A Tabu Search Algorithm for Application Placement in Computer Clustering. Computers and Operations Research, 59, 38-46.
    • Spliet, R. & Gabor, A.F. (2014). The Time Window Assignment Vehicle Routing Problem. Transportation Science, Accepted.
    • Spliet, R., Gabor, A.F. & Dekker, R. (2014). The vehicle rescheduling problem. Computers and Operations Research, 43, 129-136.
    • Gong, Y., Koster, M.B.M. de, Frenk, J.B.G. & Gabor, A.F. (2013). Increasing the Revenue of Self-Storage Warehouses by Facility Design. Production and Operations Management, 22(3), 555-570.
    • Yang, G., Dekker, R., Gabor, A.F. & Axsater, S.B. (2013). Service Parts Inventory Control with Lateral Transshipment and Pipeline Stock Flexibility. International Journal of Production Economics, 142, 278-289.
    • Boskamp, V., Knoops, A., Frasincar, F. & Gabor, A.F. (2011). Maximizing Revenue with Allocation of Multiple Advertisements on a Web Banner. Computers and Operations Research, 38(10), 1412-1424.
    • Gabor, A.F. & van Ommeren, J.C.W (2010). A new approximation algorithm for the multilevel facility location. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 158(5), 453-460.
    • Gabor, A.F., Wang, Z., Du, D & Xu, D. (2010). An approximation algorithm for the k-level stochastic facility location problem. Operations Research Letters, 38(6), 386-389.
    • Gabor, A.F. & Woeginger, G.J. (2010). How *not* to solve a Sudoku. Operations Research Letters, 38(6), 582-584.
    • Tan, H.P., Nunez-Queja, R., Gabor, A.F. & Boxma, O.J. (2009). Admission Control for Differentiated Services in Future Generation CDMA Networks . Performance Evaluation, 66(9-10), 488-504.
    • Tan, H.P., Gabor, A.F., Seah, W.K.G. & Lee, P.W.Q. (2008). Performance Analysis of Data Delivery Schemes for a Multi-Sink Wireless Sensor Network. In Proceedings of AINA (pp. 418-425).
    • Bumb, A.F., van Ommeren, J.C.W & Sleptchenko, A.V. (2006). Locating repairshops in a stochastic environment. Computers and Operations Research, 33(6), 1575-1594.
    • Gabor, A.F. & van Ommeren, J.C.W (2006). Approximation algorithms for facility location problems with subadditive cost functions. Theoretical Computer Science, 363(3), 289-300.
    • Gabor, A.F. & van Ommeren, J.C.W (2006). An approximation algorithm for a facility location problem with inventories and stochastic demands. Operations Research Letters, 34(3), 257-263.
    • Tan, H.P., Nunez-Queija, R, Gabor, A.F. & Boxma, O.J. (2006). Performance analysis of admission control for integrated services with minimum rate guarantees. In Proc. of the 2nd conference on NGI (pp. 41-47).
    • Bumb, A.F. (2001). An approximation algorithm for the maximization version of the two level uncapacitated facility location problem. Operations Research Letters, 29, 155-161.
  • Book contributions (5)
    • Gabor, A.F., Boucherie, R.J. & Endrayanto, A.I. (2007). Optimal Joint Rate and Power Allocation in CDMA Networks. In X.Y. Li & M.Y. Kao (Eds.), Algorithmic Aspects in Information and Management, Third International Conference, AAIM 2007, Portland, OR, USA, (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (pp. 201-210). Springer.
    • Bumb, A.F., Boucherie, R.J., Endrayanto, A.I. & Woeginger, G.J. (2006). A combinatorial approximation algorithm for CDMA downlink rate allocation. In S Raghavan & G Anandalingam (Eds.), Tellecomunications Planning : Innovations in pricing, network design and management (pp. 175-193). Springer.
    • Gabor, A.F. & van Ommeren, J.C.W (2006). Note on a class of admission policies for the stochastic knapsack. In S.W. Cheng & C.K. Poon (Eds.), Algorithmic Aspects in Information and Management, Second International Conference, AAIM 2006 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (pp. 207-219). Springer.
    • Bumb, A.F. & van Ommeren, J.C.W (2005). An approximation algorithm for a facility location problem with inventories and stochastic demands. In M. Megiddo, Y. Xu & B, Zhu (Eds.), Algorithmic Applications in Management, First International Conference, AAIM 2005, Xian, China (Lecture Notes in Computer Science). Springer.
    • Bumb, A.F. & Kern, W. (2001). A simple dual ascent algorithm for the multilevel facility location problem. In Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Approximation Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization Problems, APPROX 2001 (pp. 55-63). Springer.
PhD Projects (3)

Mitigating Risks in Supply Chains

Wanrong Ju
PhD Candidate: Wanrong Ju Role: Daily Supervisor Timeframe: 2012 -
 

Vehicle Routing with Uncertain Demand

Remy Spliet
PhD Candidate: Remy Spliet Role: Daily Supervisor Defended: 18 October 2013 Full text: Download this thesis
 
Doctoral courses (2)
2013/2014 Stochastic Models & Optimisation
Code: BERM.MC.006
ECTS: 4
Course level: Methodology

2012/2013 Stochastic Models & Optimisation
Code: BERM.MC.006
ECTS: 4
Course level: Methodology

Visiting address
Office: H11-27
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA, Rotterdam
Netherlands
Postal address
Postbus 1738
3000 DR, Rotterdam
Netherlands
 

Latest publication

Gaast, J.P. van der, Rietveld, C.A., Gabor, A.F. & Zhang, Y. (2014). A Tabu Search Algorithm for Application Placement in Computer Clustering. Computers and Operations Research, 59, 38-46.

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