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2024-06-21

Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones

Facility location in humanitarian logistics: a literature review and considerations for future research

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https://doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818

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logística humanitaria; localización de instalaciones; desastres naturales (es)
humanitarian logistics; facility location; natural disasters (en)

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  • Miguel Antonio Daza-Moscoso Departamento de Ingenierías de la Industria y el Ambiente, Universidad Católica San Pablo, Arequipa, Perú https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4720-8311
  • María Fernanda Carnero-Quispe Departamento de Ingenierías de la Industria y el Ambiente, Universidad Católica San Pablo, Arequipa, Perú,Departamento de Ingenierías de la Industria y el Ambiente, Universidad Católica San Pablo, Arequipa, Perú https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8123-8218
  • José Manuel Cárdenas-Medina Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, Lima, Perú https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2801-3546

La localización de instalaciones en la logística humanitaria es un problema crucial ya afecta directamente a la capacidad de respuesta, eficiencia en la distribución y al rendimiento de las operaciones de ayuda, este problema se caracteriza por la incertidumbre de la información, la velocidad en la reacción, la falta de recursos y la variabilidad del entorno haciendo que se generen nuevos modelos que se puedan ajustar a la realidad. En esta revisión de literatura se analizaron investigaciones publicadas entre los años 2020 y 2022. Con base en los estudios revisados, estos prefieren ajustarse a la realidad utilizando límites de capacidad, modelos estocásticos, ubicaciones no predefinidas, funciones de privación y multiobjetivo en emergencias generadas por desastres naturales. Finalmente se debe de considerar en futuras investigaciones: el tipo de temporalidad de la instalación, el enrutamiento con sus restricciones, el uso de modelos más robustos y el tamaño de las instalaciones.

The location of facilities in humanitarian logistics is a crucial problem as it directly affects the responsiveness, efficiency in distribution and performance of aid operations, this problem is characterized by uncertainty of information, speed of reaction, lack of resources and variability of the environment making it necessary to generate new models that can be adjusted to reality. In this literature review, research published between 2020 and 2022 was analyzed. Based on the studies reviewed, they prefer to adjust to reality using capacity limits, stochastic models, non-predefined locations, deprivation and multi-objective functions in emergencies generated by natural disasters. Finally, the following should be considered in future research: the type of temporality of the facility, the routing with its restrictions, the use of more robust models and the size of the facilities.

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M. A. Daza-Moscoso, M. F. Carnero-Quispe, y J. M. Cárdenas-Medina, «Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones», DYNA, vol. 91, n.º 232, pp. 172–180, abr. 2024.

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Daza-Moscoso, M.A., Carnero-Quispe , M.F. y Cárdenas-Medina, J.M. 2024. Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones. DYNA. 91, 232 (abr. 2024), 172–180. DOI:https://doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818.

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Daza-Moscoso, M. A.; Carnero-Quispe , M. F.; Cárdenas-Medina, J. M. Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones. DYNA 2024, 91, 172-180.

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Daza-Moscoso, M. A., Carnero-Quispe , M. F. y Cárdenas-Medina, J. M. (2024). Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones. DYNA, 91(232), 172–180. https://doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818

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DAZA-MOSCOSO, M. A.; CARNERO-QUISPE , M. F.; CÁRDENAS-MEDINA, J. M. Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones. DYNA, [S. l.], v. 91, n. 232, p. 172–180, 2024. DOI: 10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818. Disponível em: https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/dyna/article/view/111818. Acesso em: 17 jul. 2024.

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Daza-Moscoso, Miguel Antonio, María Fernanda Carnero-Quispe, y José Manuel Cárdenas-Medina. 2024. «Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones». DYNA 91 (232):172-80. https://doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818.

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Daza-Moscoso, M. A., Carnero-Quispe , M. F. y Cárdenas-Medina, J. M. (2024) «Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones», DYNA, 91(232), pp. 172–180. doi: 10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818.

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Daza-Moscoso, M. A., M. F. Carnero-Quispe, y J. M. Cárdenas-Medina. «Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones». DYNA, vol. 91, n.º 232, abril de 2024, pp. 172-80, doi:10.15446/dyna.v91n232.111818.

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Daza-Moscoso, Miguel Antonio, María Fernanda Carnero-Quispe, y José Manuel Cárdenas-Medina. «Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones». DYNA 91, no. 232 (abril 18, 2024): 172–180. Accedido julio 17, 2024. https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/dyna/article/view/111818.

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Daza-Moscoso MA, Carnero-Quispe MF, Cárdenas-Medina JM. Localización de instalaciones en logística humanitaria: una revisión de la literatura y consideraciones para futuras investigaciones. DYNA [Internet]. 18 de abril de 2024 [citado 17 de julio de 2024];91(232):172-80. Disponible en: https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/dyna/article/view/111818

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