Krishna Teja Malladi
Krishna Teja Malladi
PhD (Operations Research), UBC
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Satellite downlink scheduling problem: A case study
D Karapetyan, SM Minic, KT Malladi, AP Punnen
Omega 53, 115-123, 2015
62*2015
Biomass logistics: A review of important features, optimization modeling and the new trends
KT Malladi, T Sowlati
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 94, 587-599, 2018
572018
Optimization of operational level transportation planning in forestry: a review
KT Malladi, T Sowlati
International Journal of Forest Engineering 28 (3), 198-210, 2017
272017
Sustainability aspects in Inventory Routing Problem: A review of new trends in the literature
KT Malladi, T Sowlati
Journal of Cleaner Production 197 (Part 1), 804-814, 2018
232018
Development of a decision support tool for optimizing the short-term logistics of forest-based biomass
KT Malladi, O Quirion-Blais, T Sowlati
Applied Energy 216, 662-677, 2018
162018
Analysis of feedstock requirement for the expansion of a biomass-fed district heating system considering daily variations in heat demand and biomass quality
O Quirion-Blais, KT Malladi, T Sowlati, E Gao, C Mui
Energy Conversion and Management 187, 554-564, 2019
132019
Satellite constellation image acquisition problem: A case study
KT Malladi, SM Minic, D Karapetyan, AP Punnen
Space Engineering, 177-197, 2016
112016
Clustered maximum weight clique problem: Algorithms and empirical analysis
KT Malladi, S Mitrovic-Minic, AP Punnen
Computers & Operations Research 85, 113-128, 2017
102017
The satellite downlink scheduling problem: A case study of RADARSAT-2
D Karapetyan, S Mitrovic-Minic, KT Malladi, AP Punnen
Case Studies in Operations Research, 497-516, 2015
102015
Bi-objective optimization of biomass supply chains considering carbon pricing policies
KT Malladi, T Sowlati
Applied Energy 264, 114719, 2020
62020
Impact of carbon pricing policies on the cost and emission of the biomass supply chain: Optimization models and a case study
KT Malladi, T Sowlati
Applied Energy 267, 115069, 2020
22020
Cluster restricted maximum weight clique problem and linkages with satellite image acquisition scheduling
KT Malladi
Science: Department of Mathematics, 2014
22014
Incorporating risk in multi-criteria decision making: The case study of biofuel production from construction and demolition wood waste
S Akhtari, KT Malladi, T Sowlati, F Mirza
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 167, 105233, 2021
2021
Optimization of forest-based biomass logistics at the operational level
KT Malladi
University of British Columbia, 2020
2020
Clustered Maximum Weight Clique Problem Instances-Data set
KT Malladi, S Mitrovic-Minic, A Punnen
2017
The satellite downlink scheduling problem: A case study of RADARSAT-2-Problem statement and data files
D Karapetyan, S Mitrovic-Minic, KT Malladi, AP Punnen
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