Robust runway scheduling under uncertain conditions
Frauke Liers and
Journal of Air Transport Management, 2016, vol. 56, issue PA, 28-37
The runway is the main element that combines airside and groundside of the ATM System. Thus, it is crucial to develop efficient models and planning algorithms for its effective usage. The best planning algorithm, however, is useless if the resulting plans cannot be implemented in the real world. This often happens because the input data of the planning algorithms face disturbances or changes over time, respectively. For example, an estimated time of arrival/departure of an aircraft may be changed. It is usually not certain for the next ten hours.
Keywords: Scheduling; Uncertainty; Time-indexed model; MIP; Mixed-integer programming; Dynamic time-indexed model; Strict robustness; Light robustness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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