Séminaire conjoint CRT-Chaire de recherche du Canada en distributique-Chaire de recherche du Canada en logistique et en transport
TITRE : Solving price discrimination problems in temporal, spatial, and perceptual spaces: A continuous approximation approach
CONFÉRENCIER : Abdullah Dasci, York University, Toronto
DATE et ENDROIT : 26 novembre, 9h30, salle 5441, Pavillon André-Aisenstadt, Campus de l’Université de Montréal
RESPONSABLE : Gilbert Laporte (514-343-6143)
RÉSUMÉ : Continuous approximation techniques have received a renewed interest in recent years in solving large-scale problems. In this talk, we present a series of price discrimination problems defined over temporal, spatial and perceptual spaces and how continuous approximation can be utilized to solve them. In particular, we present three sets of problems from dynamic pricing, retail location, and product variety literatures and show how they can be formulated and solved by continuous approximation techniques. Initial numerical results are also be presented.