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Saravanan Venkatachalam
Saravanan Venkatachalam
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A stochastic programming approach for electric vehicle charging network design
S Faridimehr, S Venkatachalam, RB Chinnam
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 20 (5), 1870-1882, 2018
892018
Two-stage stochastic choice modeling approach for electric vehicle charging station network design in urban communities
SS Fazeli, S Venkatachalam, RB Chinnam, A Murat
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 22 (5), 3038-3053, 2020
692020
Formulations and algorithms for the multiple depot, fuel-constrained, multiple vehicle routing problem
SR Kaarthik Sundar, Saravanan Venkatachalam
arXiv preprint arXiv:1508.05968, 2015
62*2015
A two-stage approach for routing multiple unmanned aerial vehicles with stochastic fuel consumption
S Venkatachalam, K Sundar, S Rathinam
Sensors 18 (11), 3756, 2018
40*2018
Impact of deep-tier visibility on effective resilience assessment of supply networks
E Taghizadeh, S Venkatachalam, RB Chinnam
International Journal of Production Economics 241, 108254, 2021
232021
Analysis of mixed-integer linear programming formulations for a fuel-constrained multiple vehicle routing problem
K Sundar, S Venkatachalam, S Rathinam
Unmanned Systems 5 (04), 197-207, 2017
222017
Path planning for multiple heterogeneous unmanned vehicles with uncertain service times
K Sundar, S Venkatachalam, SG Manyam
2017 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS), 480-487, 2017
212017
Efficient formulation and heuristics for multi-item single source ordering problem with transportation cost
AN Venkatachalam, Saravanan
International Journal of Production Research, 1-17, 2015
21*2015
A two-stage stochastic integer programming model for air traffic flow management
L Corolli, G Lulli, L Ntaimo, S Venkatachalam
IMA Journal of Management Mathematics 28 (1), 19-40, 2017
202017
Stage-and scenario-wise Fenchel decomposition for stochastic mixed 0-1 programs with special structure
E Beier, S Venkatachalam, L Corolli, L Ntaimo
Computers & Operations Research 59, 94-103, 2015
192015
An exact algorithm for a fuel-constrained autonomous vehicle path planning problem
K Sundar, S Venkatachalam, S Rathinam
arXiv preprint arXiv:1604.08464, 2016
162016
Efficient algorithms for autonomous electric vehicles’ min-max routing problem
SS Fazeli, S Venkatachalam, JM Smereka
arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.03333, 2020
142020
Appointment scheduling at outpatient clinics using two-stage stochastic programming approach
SF Anvaryazdi, S Venkatachalam, RB Chinnam
IEEE Access 8, 175297-175305, 2020
112020
Managing access to primary care clinics using scheduling templates
S Faridimehr, S Venkatachalam, RB Chinnam
Health care management science, 1-17, 2021
92021
Two-stage risk-averse stochastic programming approach for multi-item single source ordering problem: CVaR minimisation with transportation cost
E Taghizadeh, S Venkatachalam
International Journal of Production Research 61 (7), 2129-2146, 2023
82023
Heuristics for multi-vehicle routing problem considering human-robot interactions
VS Chirala, K Sundar, S Venkatachalam, JM Smereka, S Kassoumeh
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles 8 (5), 3228-3238, 2023
82023
Two-stage stochastic programming approach for path planning problems under travel time and availability uncertainties
S Venkatachalam, M Bansal, JM Smereka, J Lee
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.04251, 2019
72019
Two-stage absolute semi-deviation mean-risk stochastic programming: an application to the supply chain replenishment problem
S Venkatachalam, A Narayanan
Computers & Operations Research 106, 62-75, 2019
72019
Efficient algorithms for electric vehicles’ min-max routing problem
SS Fazeli, S Venkatachalam, JM Smereka
Sustainable Operations and Computers 5, 15-28, 2024
52024
Integer set reduction for stochastic mixed-integer programming
S Venkatachalam, L Ntaimo
arXiv preprint arXiv:1605.05194, 2016
52016
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