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Title: Airport gate reassignments considering deterministic and stochastic flight departure/arrival times
Authors: Yan, Shang-yao;Tang, Ching-Hui;Hou, Yu-Zhou
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:運輸科學系
Date: 2011
Issue Date: 2016-08-17T02:25:27Z
Publisher: Journal of Advanced Transportation
Abstract: Abstract: This article, from a special issue on the modeling and optimization of transportation systems, reports on a study undertaken to develop a gate reassignment model (GRM) designed to consider both deterministic and stochastic flight departure and arrival times. The authors define deterministic flights as having a certain departure/arrival time; while stochastic flights have a variety of stochastic departure/arrival times. They apply an 0–1 integer programming technique to formulate the GRM. In real-world settings, gate reassignments need to be handled repeatedly, so to make this possible the GRM is applied to a dynamic gate reassignment framework (DGRF). The theoretical effectiveness of the GRM applied to the DGRF is evaluated by the development of a lower bound solution. They also report on several sensitivity analyses, including for the number of scenarios and the disturbance time, that were conducted to gain a better understanding of the influence of different parameters on the solution. The authors determine that, based on numerical tests related to the operations of an international Taiwan airport, the proposed GRM and DGRF perform well.
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