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Computing delay resistant railway timetables

Christian Liebchen, Michael Schachtebeck, Anita Schöbel, Sebastian Stiller, André Prigge
2010 Computers & Operations Research  
We provide the first computational study which aims at computing delay resistant periodic timetables.  ...  We arrive at computing delay resistant timetables by selecting a new objective function which we design to be in the middle of the traditional simple timetabling objective and the sophisticated delay management  ...  Conclusion We successfully added delay resistancy to the computation of periodic railway timetables.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cor.2009.03.022 fatcat:xf3eqcnpufbc5elzxgaojgoloy

IMPROVEMENT OF SUBURBAN RAILWAY SERVICES BY INFRASTRUCTURE AND TIMETABLE MODIFICATIONS BASED ON SIMULATION MODELLING

Hrvoje HARAMINA, Ivan TALAN, Branko MIHALJEVIĆ
2018 Transport Problems  
As part of this research, a computer model of the existing bidirectional single-track railway line section between Zagreb Glavni and Turopolje railway stations has been developed, and it has been modified  ...  of new solution of the cyclic timetable.  ...  in the railway station Sisak with a delay of 5 minute § No. 5024 -arrives in the railway station Zagreb with a delay of 6 minutes § No. 5025 -arrives in the railway station Turopolje with a delay of 6  ... 
doi:10.20858/tp.2018.13.3.2 fatcat:eptuynry6refzbdzsosxpticge

Railway Infrastructure Capacity in the Open Access Condition: Case Studies on SŽDC and ŽSR Networks [chapter]

Jozef Gašparík, Václav Cempírek
2019 Transportation [Working Title]  
The railway sector in the European Union is changing.  ...  The partial objective is to investigate the impact of systematic train paths in periodic timetables on rail infrastructure capacity. The proposals fully respect the EU transport policy.  ...  Acknowledgements The chapter is supported by the VEGA Agency by the Project 1/0509/19 "Optimizing the use of railway infrastructure with support of modal split forecasting," which is solved at Faculty  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.88929 fatcat:h3evjh4ojbbsldjx3oxb7oknhu

Robustness in railway transportation scheduling

Miguel A. Salido, Federico Barber, Laura Ingolotti
2008 2008 7th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation  
Railway scheduling has been a significant issue in the railway industry. Over the last few years, numerous approaches and tools have been developed to compute railway scheduling.  ...  We have developed some formulae to compare robustness between two timetables based on the study of railway infrastructure topology and buffer times.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the assistance of Jose Estrada of the Spanish Railway Infrastructure Manager (ADIF) for his expertise in robust timetabling.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wcica.2008.4594481 fatcat:jrkeawk7mzh6zbtced7f43tjy4

RAILWAY TRAFFIC OPTIMIZATION

Dušan Kamenický, Tomáš Brandejský, Vít Fábera, Valerii Gopak
2017 Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings  
The system is modeled in Railway Laboratory of the Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague.  ...  The article focuses on analysis of possibilities of operatic control of railway traffic and its automatization and its support by information systems.  ...  One criterion can be "accuracy of planned time timetable", i.e. minimum of total sum of train delays.  ... 
doi:10.14311/app.2017.11.0031 fatcat:zbxezgyduveorgkzb6n4hq6p3u

A survey on robustness in railway planning

Richard M. Lusby, Jesper Larsen, Simon Bull
2018 European Journal of Operational Research  
In the context of railway robustness it is often taken to be the capacity for operations to continue at some level when faced with a disruption such as delay or failure.  ...  Robustness in general is the capacity for some system to absorb or resist changes.  ...  Liebchen et al. [2010] introduce robustness into timetable planning by finding a periodic timetable with high delay resistance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2017.07.044 fatcat:h5kioyi3cvhfxegh4oele45atu

An Experimental Analysis of Hierarchical Rail Traffic and Train Control in a Stochastic Environment

Pengling Wang, Annik Jeiziner, Xiaojie Luan, Valerio De Martinis, Francesco Corman, Evelien van der Hurk
2022 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
In case of delay disruptions, the TMS rescheduling has its full effect only if trains are able to follow TMS rescheduled timetables, while the energy-saving by using ATO can only be achieved with conflict-free  ...  Results obtained for the Dutch railway corridor Utrecht–Den Bosch prove the value of the approach.  ...  In general, railway traffic is based on a timetable, defining the exact arrival and departure times for each train at each station.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/8674538 fatcat:7nuch5f3czhv5hv6kb2hat5zrq

Susceptibility of optimal train schedules to stochastic disturbances of process times

Rune Larsen, Marco Pranzo, Andrea D'Ariano, Francesco Corman, Dario Pacciarelli
2013 Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal  
Computational results are based on a complex and densely occupied Dutch railway area; train delays are computed based on accepted statistical distributions, and dwell and running times of trains are subject  ...  In fact, the objective of railway traffic management is to reduce delay propagation and to increase disturbance robustness of train schedules at a network scale.  ...  [17] use an integer programming approach to generate a delay resistant periodic timetable on a part of the German railway network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10696-013-9172-9 fatcat:m52nqqxf6bbqtdzinjr4qrik2y

Phase synchronization in railway timetables

C. Fretter, L. Krumov, K. Weihe, M. Müller-Hannemann, M.-T. Hütt
2010 European Physical Journal B : Condensed Matter Physics  
., by minimal average travel times), a significant feature of a timetable is its robustness against delay propagation.  ...  Here we study the balance of efficiency and robustness in long-distance railway timetables (in particular the current long-distance railway timetable in Germany) from the perspective of synchronization  ...  Only recently, there have been first computational studies aiming at delay resistant periodic timetables [14, 22, 23] .  ... 
doi:10.1140/epjb/e2010-00234-y fatcat:qchiyr427nfvvfbijsotig7a6a

Robustness for a single railway line: Analytical and simulation methods

Miguel A. Salido, Federico Barber, Laura Ingolotti
2012 Expert systems with applications  
Railway scheduling has been a significant issue in the railway industry. Over the last few years, numerous approaches and tools have been developed to compute railway scheduling.  ...  In this paper, we present the robustness problem from the point of view of railway operators and we propose analytical and simulation methods to measure robustness in a single railway line.  ...  As the first case, the process computes the delay of each train with respect to its original timetable if it was delayed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2012.05.071 fatcat:evtdja62ezhapicfoymmkzxseu

PReS: Power Peak Reduction by Real-time Scheduling for Urban Railway Transit [article]

Zekun Yang, Yu Chen, Ning Zhou, Shiqiong Tong
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Reduction of the power peak is a key issue in improving urban railway transit's power efficiency.  ...  Researchers have tried to address this problem by making a delicate timetable, but this method often failed to serve the purpose because of the punctuality problem.  ...  It is non-trivial since it requires close cooperation of real time sensing, communication, computation and signaling systems in the urban railway system.  ... 
arXiv:1902.09330v1 fatcat:c4k5ofo2pnat3onfhldvperqwu

Review of energy-efficient train control and timetabling

Gerben M. Scheepmaker, Rob M.P. Goverde, Leo G. Kroon
2017 European Journal of Operational Research  
Still, the optimal sequence and switching points of the optimal driving regimes are not trivial in general, which led to a wide range of optimization models and algorithms to compute the optimal train  ...  Optimal energy-efficient driving strategies can reduce operating costs significantly and contribute to a further increase of the sustainability of railway transportation.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Netherlands Railways NS (Nederlandse Spoorwegen) for making this research possible.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2016.09.044 fatcat:byn4fazeqzfqxjoq6bs2sjadki

Increasing Robustness by Reallocating the Margins in the Timetable

Lingyun Meng, Malik Muneeb Abid, Xinguo Jiang, Afaq Khattak, Muhammad Babar Khan
2019 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
The results show that the timetable modified with the CTMA reduces the total delay time by an average of 3.25% for the small railway network and 5.18% for the large dataset.  ...  It suggests that adding the time supplements to the proper positions in a timetable can reduce the delay propagation and increase the robustness of the timetable.  ...  Results show the delay resistance efficiency of the timetable can be improved by the application of the proposed methodology; however, the improvement is limited.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/1382394 fatcat:t2cbw3cd3feafcqgmuutv3nruq

A Petri Net Model of Train Operation Simulation for Harmonizing Train Timetables of Neighbor Dispatching Sections

Xuelei Meng, Limin Jia, Wanli Xiang
2018 Promet (Zagreb)  
Delays caused by disturbances in train operations can be absorbed by a high quality timetable with high stability, and the on-schedule rate then can be assured.  ...  Train timetable is the key document to regulate railway traffic through sequencing train movements to keep the appropriate order. Timetable stability and on-schedule rate are closely related.  ...  Liebchen and Stille proposed an approach for timetabling to resist the delays [28] . D'Angelo et al. proposed an algorithmic approach on trees to generate recoverable robust timetables [29] .  ... 
doi:10.7307/ptt.v30i6.2713 fatcat:heasyupwobcvtj6c42eglfrjlu

A branch-and-bound approach for robust railway timetabling

Gábor Maróti
2016 Public Transport  
The robustness is measured by the expected total delay of the realised timetable. Kroon et al.  ...  (Transp Res Part B 42(6):553-570, 2008) propose a stochastic programming approach and implement it for Netherlands Railways (NS).  ...  Acknowledgements The author thanks Pieter-Jan Fioole and Joël van't Wout of Netherlands Railways for the numerous discussions and for providing the input data of the computational tests.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12469-016-0143-x fatcat:rrgijlhegzay7d7vma2ki7rfi4
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