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What kind of point will ultimately be selected hinges on the shape of the network, the spatial distribution of the points in X and the vector of ideal weights. Third, and last, in practice the search for an optimal location turns out to be easy to perform. Indeed, it suffices to compare the values of the total transportation cost function over the set of vertices and to choose the point which yields the lowest value. This is reminiscent of the comparative advantage method proposed by Isard (1956).
We say that x, a market and/or an input source, is a dominant site if the ideal weight of xj is greater than or equal to the sum of the ideal weights of the other points in X: n wj 2 wi. 11) i =1 Intuitively, xj is a dominant site when the force of attraction exerted by x is larger than or equal to the sum of the forces exerted by the other points in X. It is therefore expected that xj is an optimal location. Proposition 10 If xj is a dominant site, then xj is an optimal solution to the WP. This result, due to Witzgall (1964), generalizes the dominant material index property stated by Weber (1909); it is called majority theorem.
6) means that the intensity of the force at xj is 53 Ch. e. , n, i j. Second, the optimal location is the solution to the first-order conditions for the minimization of T(s), viz Xi - S i-1 wi x £ I1xi - sl = 0. e. wi((xi -s)/llxi-sll), is zero at the optimal location. 7). Accordingly, to determine the optimal location, an iterative scheme is needed. g. Francis and White (1974) and the references therein]. 8) one gets a new point s 2, replacing lx i - sll by lIx i - slll. Given s,_,, lxi - sn-lll is determined to obtain an nth point s, in a similar way.
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