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Research on Logistics Distribution Vehicle Scheduling Algorithm Based on Cloud Computing

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A logistics distribution vehicle scheduling model under cloud computing environment is established based on the analysis of factors affecting resource scheduling. The order information and logistics distribution vehicle information processing are completed under the framework of cloud computing, so as to obtain the most reasonable logistics distribution plan. To solve the problem of vehicle allocation in logistics distribution, a distribution path algorithm model and a minimum delivery cost algorithm model are established to provide the best strategy for logistics distribution scheme.

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This work was supported in part by the Beijing Great Wall Scholars’ Program under Grant CIT and TCD20170317, in part by the Beijing Tongzhou Canal Plan “Leading Talent Plan”, in part by the Beijing Collaborative Innovation Center and in part by the Management Science and Engineering High-precision Project.

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Liu, H., Zhao, Y., Cao, N. (2019). Research on Logistics Distribution Vehicle Scheduling Algorithm Based on Cloud Computing. In: Vaidya, J., Zhang, X., Li, J. (eds) Cyberspace Safety and Security. CSS 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 11982. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37337-5_45

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