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A Tennis Model to Allocate Tennis Courts to a Study Area and to Evaluate Alternative Tennis Facility Sites within the Study Area
|Title:||A Tennis Model to Allocate Tennis Courts to a Study Area and to Evaluate Alternative Tennis Facility Sites within the Study Area|
|Contributors:||Ho, Peter (advisor)|
Civil Engineering (department)
|Date Issued:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Tennis facilities in Honolulu have tradiationally been built at parks in areas where the growing population has deemed it necessary. However, the problem of the location of teenis courts is a more refined one than simply constructeing a tennis court whenever the population of the immediate area grows large enough to merit one. This study considers the tennis problem as a linear programming problem and more specifically as a transportation problem. That is, the purpose is to optimize the location(s) of tennis facilities within a specific study area subject to certain constraints which in this case are 1) the supplies of the tennis court and 2) the demands for tennis courts derived from the population of the study area.|
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Honors Projects for Civil Engineering|
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