Dynamic Algorithms for Recoverable Robustness Problems

Serafino Cicerone, Gabriele Di Stefano, Michael Schachtebeck & Anita SchöBel
Recently, the recoverable robustness model has been introduced in the optimization area. This model allows to consider disruptions (input data changes) in a unified way, that is, during both the strategic planning phase and the operational phase. Although the model represents a significant improvement, it has the following drawback: we are typically not facing only one disruption, but many of them might appear one after another. In this case, the solutions provided in the context...