Automated search methodologies for integrated railway scheduling
Elsayed, Mohamed (2014) Automated search methodologies for integrated railway scheduling. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)]
The problem of integrated railway scheduling is a very complex problem comprising assignment, selection and scheduling sub-problems. The problem has a large number of complex constraints, many of which contain a large number of non-linear decision boundaries. It is a NP-hard problem that is rarely addressed in its full form. The model put forth by SNCF railway body in France encompasses a very realistic form of the problem from a business, environmental, and efficiency perspective.
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