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An Evolutionary Algorithm for the Over-constrained Airport Baggage Sorting Station Assignment Problem [chapter]

Amadeo Ascó, Jason A. D. Atkin, Edmund K. Burke
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper the multi-objective and multi-constraint problem of assigning Baggage Sorting Stations in an Airport is defined and an Evolutionary Algorithm is presented, which uses a number of different  ...  Airport baggage sorting stations are the places at which the baggage for each flight accumulates for loading into containers or directly onto the aircraft.  ...  We are grateful to NATS Ltd and to EPSRC for providing the funding for this project, and especially to John Greenwood (NATS) for his continuous support.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34859-4_4 fatcat:4isks6y7b5ej3cdl6v6post52a

An analysis of constructive algorithms for the airport baggage sorting station assignment problem

Amadeo Ascó, Jason A. D. Atkin, Edmund K. Burke
2013 Journal of Scheduling  
In this paper, we consider a resource allocation problem, namely the problem of assigning available baggage sorting stations to flights which have already been scheduled and allocated to stands.  ...  A number of constructive algorithms for sorting station assignments are then presented and their effects are compared and contrasted when different numbers of sorting stations are available.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to NATS Ltd (NATS) and EPSRC for providing funding for this project, and especially John Greenwood (NATS) for his continuous support.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10951-013-0361-x fatcat:n6u6ddexrjf5nisu6vnmqkby64

An Evolutionary Algorithm and operators for the Airport Baggage Sorting Station Problem

Amadeo Ascó
2018 Soft Computing - A Fusion of Foundations, Methodologies and Applications  
An Evolutionary Algorithm is presented together with some different operators, which are used to find good solutions to the Airport Baggage Sorting Station Assignment Problem for when there are not sufficient  ...  Taking into consideration the constraints and objectives to appropriately assigning the available airport resources throughout the period of time an airport provides its services can greatly affect the  ...  I am grateful to the University of Nottingham for giving me the opportunity to take part in this project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00500-018-3561-7 fatcat:vxkfwzxuynfv5ctboiyhkr62ta

机场新增卫星厅对登机口影响的评估方法

杨朋飞,李婷,汝洪武,陈海滨, YANG Pengfei, LI Ting, RU Hongwu, CHEN Haibin
2020 应用数学和力学  
An evolutionary algorithm for the overconstrained air• port baggage sorting station assignment problem [ J] .  ...  An analysis of constructive al•gorithms for the airport baggage sorting station assignment problem [ J] . Journal of Scheduling, 2014, 17 ( 6) : 601• 619. [18] 左海超, 蔡翔, 冯霞. 机场航班行李分拣站合理分配仿真研究[ J] .  ... 
doi:10.21656/1000-0887.400189 fatcat:kppnfjtwxngpddozaglpc47oni

Steady State Evolutionary Algorithm and Operators for the Airport Gate Assignment Problem

Amadeo Asco
2019 International Journal of Advanced Robotics and Automation  
The Steady State Evolutionary Algorithm (SSEA) used in the Airport Baggage Sorting Station Assignment Problem (ABSSAP) is potentially important for a wider variety of problems other than the ABSSAP.  ...  Citation: Asco A (2019) Steady State Evolutionary Algorithm and Operators for the Airport Gate Assignment Problem. Int J Adv Robot Automn 4(1): 1-24.  ...  I am grateful to the University of Nottingham for giving me the opportunity to take part in this project.  ... 
doi:10.15226/2473-3032/4/1/00139 fatcat:wlxufbxdlnb67ny2x7mhqsoiiu

Robustness Algorithms for the Airport Gate Assignment Problem

Amadeo Ascó Signes
2020 Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
Assigning commercial flights to available airport gates can have a major impact on the efficiency of flight schedules as well as on the level of passenger satisfaction with the service.  ...  These assignments also depend on the service requirements of flights and the capacity of stand facilities.  ...  I am grateful to the University of Nottingham for giving me the opportunity to take part in this project.  ... 
doi:10.34257/gjcstcvol20is1pg37 fatcat:wzu4r5vpdjdefauvofq7mmuauq

Computational Air Traffic Management

Marc Anthony Azzopardi, James F. Whidborne
2011 2011 IEEE/AIAA 30th Digital Avionics Systems Conference  
However, the diverging gap between ATM performance and fundamental requirements indicates the need for a step change.  ...  As a result, a new discipline called Computational Air Traffic Management has been defined to address the unique set of challenges presented by the ATM problem, by taking a more objective scientific approach  ...  Smith, W., 2009, "Infeasibility driven evolutionary algorithm for constrained optimization," in: E.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dasc.2011.6095967 fatcat:5kfu6ba5h5g7pdffh7z3ftdjai

Operations Research (OR) in Service Industries: A Comprehensive Review

Yiting Xing, Ling Li, Zhuming Bi, Marzena Wilamowska-Korsak, Li Zhang
2013 Systems research and behavioral science  
This paper was intended to provide an updated review on how OR has been applied in the service sector in recent years and what directions the study of OR will be carried forward in the near future.  ...  Continual innovations and advances in enabling technologies for the service industry are crucial for developed countries to sustain their leading positions in the globalized economy.  ...  devised a formulation for a minimum-span frequency assignment problem and combined the genetic algorithm with an analytical optimization algorithm to solve the model.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sres.2185 fatcat:bmil4ahow5cmzesh64bjm6fd5y

TMS-RFID: Temporal management of large-scale RFID applications

Xue Li, Jing Liu, Quan Z. Sheng, Sherali Zeadally, Weicai Zhong
2009 Information Systems Frontiers  
Since most RFID applications are time sensitive, we propose a notion of Time To Live (TTL), representing the period of time that an RFID event can legally live in an RFID data management system, to manage  ...  In coming years, there will be billions of RFID tags living in the world tagging almost everything for tracking and identification purposes.  ...  Example 10 Here, we give an example for negation. Suppose in airport, a baggage must arrive at a specified place to wait to be loaded onto an airplane within 60 min after this baggage is checked in.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-009-9211-y fatcat:adkz6ay2qvf7fhzmflr7nteohm

Building Analytical Support for Homeland Security [chapter]

Sanjay Jain, Charles W. Hutchings, Yung-Tsun Tina Lee
2015 Modeling and Simulation Support for System of Systems Engineering Applications  
This does not imply a recommendation or endorsement of such products or services by the authors, NIST, or DHS; nor does it imply that such products or services are necessarily the best available for the  ...  Acknowledgments The Science and Technology Directorate of the U.S.  ...  public transportation points such as bus and train stations, local rail transport stations, and airports.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118501757.ch9 fatcat:jzbijqqgyjbmzmckdstd4tfmdm

Computer and Information Science, Vol. 2, No. 3, August 2009, all in one file, Part A

CIS Editor
2009 Computer and Information Science  
their support towards the completion of this research.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to express our appreciation to Software Engineering Project 1 course lecturers, from Universiti Utara Malaysia, Dr Azman Yasin and Dr Haslina Mohamad who have given  ...  Over the last decade, management system is more and more requisition for database design following functional dependencies of all sort of normal forms.  ... 
doi:10.5539/cis.v2n3p0a fatcat:of4yymadgnaclmcglxlt6vzf2e

Apocalypse how? [chapter]

Willard Wells
2009 Apocalypse When?  
The actual software development happens inside a big computer equipped with a genetic algorithm (GA) that develops the program through an evolutionary process.  ...  An airport security system was in operation on September 11, 2001 when terrorists hijacked four big passenger aircraft and used them for kamikaze attacks.  ...  It will be a``brave new world'' with little role for human courage and prowess.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-09837-1_6 fatcat:oijjz6qktbayfnlxe4izlyidwa

Local Organizing Committees

2006 2006 13th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems  
New research could be developed in this area, expanding the limits of the paper that deals with one specific operation and with one specific decision.  ...  new technologies and their impact on industrial logistics and on the market.  ...  airport.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icecs.2006.379662 fatcat:556xl3dm5vdfpodzwjmf5qqu6m

Local Organizing Committees [chapter]

2005 Proceedings of the Twentieth International Cryogenic Engineering Conference (ICEC20)  
New research could be developed in this area, expanding the limits of the paper that deals with one specific operation and with one specific decision.  ...  new technologies and their impact on industrial logistics and on the market.  ...  airport.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-008044559-5/50002-8 fatcat:hgtll22pt5duvguzik5qx6fxwm

Local Organizing Committees

2008 Artificial Organs  
New research could be developed in this area, expanding the limits of the paper that deals with one specific operation and with one specific decision.  ...  new technologies and their impact on industrial logistics and on the market.  ...  airport.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1525-1594.1989.tb01538.x fatcat:w67547wxlvbfjlnramoglkz6ba
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