SPECIAL SECTION: WAGNER PRIZE PAPERS - Optimal Design of a Data-Offload Network Qwest Communications International saves an estimated (USD)1.5 million over manual designs and reduces expected call blocking by 25 percent using an integer programming model to optimize the locations and capacities of offload equipment.
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|Contributors:||Shortle, John F.; Dietz, Dennis C.; Katz, Paul A.; Williamson, Craig B.; Koehler, James R.; Elcan, Amie J.|
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