(Choi Mercer, 1992)
A business will receive a tremendous amount of mail flowing through its department. External or incoming mail
contains vital information that is necessary for the operations of a large corporation or a small business. Internal mail
is necessary to relay information from department-to-department. Mail distribution should be timely, accurate and
efficient. However, large volumes of mail with limited human resources slow the delivery process. This work
examines a model to assist the process of mail distribution at the new Federal Reserve Bank building in Dallas. The
procedure is based on inspection of the shortest routes and simulation of the circuits for each daily run.