Revisión del estado del arte en modelos de localización y relocalización de vehículos para atención de emergencias

Oscar Javier Parra Ortega

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El presente artículo hace una revisión del estado del arte en modelos para la localización y relocalización de vehículos para la atención de emergencias entre los cuales se encuentran los sistemas de atención de emergencias médicas, de reparación de fallas en la prestación de servicios públicos, y de control de incendios. Este artículo organiza el trabajo existente en dicho campo, basándose en el enfoque de modelaje utilizado, y presentando de forma cronológica el desarrollo de cada enfoque. Como complemento a los trabajos de corte analítico, se reseñan adicionalmente los artículos orientados a aplicaciones y estudios de caso, desarrollados hasta el momento.

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