Mathematical modeling and simulated annealing algorithm for spatial layout problem
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The spatial layout of the port industrial zone problem is a core issue in port industrial zone planning, and it directly affects the actual effects of the port industrial zone. Firstly, considering that existing port industrial zone planning lacks in methods of quantitative analysis, this paper constructs a Mathematical model based on multi-objective programming, and the optimal scale of various industries of port industrial zone is obtained. Secondly, the paper takes the maximum dependence degree of port as objective function by using systematic layout planning tools, and solves the spatial layout of the port industrial zone. Finally, by taking Binhai Port industrial zone of China as an example, a port industrial zone spatial layout model is constructed and solved through simulated annealing algorithm. The optimal spatial layout program for Binhai Port industrial zone of China was obtained, which verifies the feasibility and accuracy of the model.
KeywordsPort industrial zone Spatial layout Multi-objective programming Systematic layout planning Simulated annealing algorithm
Research for this paper was funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 41401120), Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (Project No. 2014B00214), and College Students’ innovation and entrepreneurship training program project (Project No. 2017102941063). The authors thank every teacher of research institute, for their comments and suggestions.
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