Integrated Application and Improvement of Selection Method of Storage Sales Industry

Jingping FENG, Jian HU, Airong WANG, Ling CHEN


In recent years, in order to adapt to the rapid development of the warehouse-storage sales industry and to solve the problems of location cost and efficiency and optimization of the methods of the new retail store, we have integrated and innovated the barycenter method and grey correlation method, and analyzed the grey correlation method with the weight obtained by the comprehensive analysis. In order to achieve the optimal cost effect, we choose the optimal solution from several alternative address schemes. It is found that using the integrated method as the reference standard for the location calculation of Warehouse Logistics Enterprises under the new retail background is helpful to improve the accuracy rate, and reduce the defects and defects caused by the independent use of the various methods, and adapt to the more practical and concrete conditions of the location selection of warehouse storage enterprises. At the same time, it is also an innovative attempt to cross discrete and continuous boundaries.


Warehouse sales; Weighted set coverage; Focus approach

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