Re: stuff

Duncan Chiu (
Tue, 15 Apr 1997 18:30:20 -0400


Congratulations on the acceptance by RIU. Let us know when we have to
call you Dr. Caroline.

You are correct: The largest circle is the one in the region without any
store. (The stores are all on the circumference.) Its center, therefore,
is the ideal location for a new store, for it encompasses the largest
area --- longest radius.


Caroline Caswell wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Two things:
> 1) I would like some discussion on the "Greatest Empty Circle" problem.
> This type of problem occurs when one needs to place another point (store,
> whatever) in an already established region. Is that correct?
> 2)For your info. I have been accepted into a Ph.D. Admin. program at the
> University of Rhode Island beginning in May.
> Until June...