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This paper is dedicated to studying on-line routing decisions for exploring a disrupted road network in the context of humanitarian logistics using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with flying range limitations. The exploration aims to extract accurate information for assessing damage to infrastructure and road accessibility of victim locations in the aftermath of a disaster. We propose an algorithm to conduct routing decisions involving the aerial and road network simultaneously, assuming thatdoi:10.3390/a15060217 fatcat:6c5hoyaesbfr7mgis5whvvmhdi