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Title: Mathematical Optimization for the Train Timetabling Problem
Authors: Stanojević, Predrag
Marić, Miroslav
Kratica, Jozef
Bojović, Nebojša
Milenković, Miloš
Keywords: Rail Transportation
Scheduling
Timetabling
Integer Programming
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - National Committee for Mathematics
Citation: Mathematica Balkanica New Series, Vol. 24, Fasc 3-4 (2010), 303p-312p
Abstract: Rail transportation is very rich in terms of problems that can be modelled and solved using mathematical optimization techniques. The train scheduling problem as the most important part of a rail operating policy has a very significant impact on a rail company profit considering the fact that from the quality of a train timetable depends a flow of three most important resources on rail network: cars, locomotives and crews. The train timetabling problem aims at determining a periodic timetable for a set of trains that does not violate track capacities and satisfies some operational constraints. In this paper, we developed an integer programming approach for determining an optimal train schedule for a single, one-way track linking two major stations, with a number of intermediate stations between. The application has been tested on a realistic example suggested by the PE “Serbian Railways”. Obtained results show a potential for a practical application of proposed approach.
Description: AMS Subj. Classification: 90C57; 90C10;
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1343
ISSN: 0205-3217
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