Dec-2019 Two papers accepted to ICLR 2020. Nov-2019 One paper accepted to AAAI 2020. Sep-2019 One paper accepted to NeurIPS 2019. Past News; Jul-2019 One paper accepted to BMVC 2019. Apr-2019 One paper accepted to ICML 2019. Dec-2018 One paper accepted to ICLR 2019. Sep-2018 One paper accepted to NeurIPS 2018.
Reza Haghani is an Associate Professor at the Division of Structural Engineering, research group Lightweight Structures. The focus of his research is on application of FRP composites for strengthening and repair of structures. His other research interests include design of steel structures, long-term performance of FRP strengthening systems, earthquake engineering and seismic upgrading of.
Victor Haghani has spent 30 years actively involved in markets and financial innovation. He started his career in 1984 in the Bond Portfolio Analysis research group at Salomon Brothers, and later.
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Zahra Haghani, Tiberiu Harko, Francisco S. N. Lobo, Hamid Reza Sepangi, Shahab Shahidi.
This paper studies a static dial-a-ride problem (DARP) with time-varying travel times, soft time windows, and multiple depots. A static DARP model is formulated as a mixed-integer programming problem. To validate the model, several random small network problems are solved by using the commercial optimization package CPLEX. Three heuristic algorithms based on sequential insertion, parallel.
Few research papers have considered the human involvement in obtaining an optimal solution. A human interaction system was introduced to solve the maintenance-scheduling problem by Brio (1992). “Finally if, nothing helps, the best partial solution obtained so far is produced for the human planner to try his hand” (Ritcher, 1989).
This paper examines the interdependence of different factors in the evolution of a coastal lagoon system of the Sefidrud Delta (SW Caspian Sea) based on multi-proxy sedimentary and palaeoecological.