Thirty-eight row layout problem instances with number of facilities in {9, 10, 11, 12, 13}

Published: 14 June 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dptv4j2f9r.1
Andre Amaral


These instances appeared in the context of row layout problems. Let n be the number of facilities in the problem. The first set of instances contains: * 10 instances with n=9; * 10 instances with n=10. The second set of instances contains: * 6 instances with n=11; * 6 instances with n=12; * 6 instances with n=13. The instances Am12a, Am12b, Am13a and Am13b were introduced in: Amaral, A.R.S. (2012) The corridor allocation problem. Computers & Operations Research, 39(12): 3325-3330. The other instances were introduced in: Amaral, A.R.S. (2019) A mixed-integer programming formulation for the double row layout of machines in manufacturing systems. International Journal of Production Research, 57(1): 34-47.



Facility Layout