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Review on meta-heuristics approaches for airside operation research

K.K.H. Ng, C.K.M. Lee, Felix T.S. Chan, Yaqiong Lv
2018 Applied Soft Computing  
The scope of airside operations research covers airspace and air traffic flow management, aircraft operation in the terminal manoeuvring area and surface traffic operation.  ...  (iii) Research methodology with non-meta-heuristics but using meta-heuristics as benchmark for comparison According to the above inclusion and exclusion criteria, 103 studies were extracted for the formulation  ...  comments for the continuing improvement of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.asoc.2018.02.013 fatcat:fvpq3pblwjbghdtdxi5a6sh73e

Two-Phase Heuristic Algorithm for Integrated Airline Fleet Assignment and Routing Problem

Vildan Özkır, Mahmud Sami Özgür
2021 Energies  
This study proposes a mathematical model and heuristic method for solving a real-life airline fleet assignment and aircraft routing problem.  ...  The main purpose of the study is to propose a computationally efficient algorithm for integrated fleet assignments and aircraft routing problems for a real-case hub and spoke airline planning problem.  ...  Enis Çiftçi for his suggestions. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14113327 fatcat:wmmeqwxj5jd5rbxuxtq3mastde

Increasing airport capacity utilisation through optimum slot scheduling: review of current developments and identification of future needs

Konstantinos G. Zografos, Michael A. Madas, Konstantinos N. Androutsopoulos
2016 Journal of Scheduling  
Most of the busiest airports worldwide experience serious congestion and delay problems which call for some immediate capacity and demand management action.  ...  Last but not least, future research should intensively focus on the development and validation of computationally viable and robust slot scheduling models being able to capture the complexity, dynamic  ...  and algorithms for allocating scarce airport resources (OR-MASTER)".  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10951-016-0496-7 fatcat:7b5tqhbd6jhjzj42v5qo35jy7a

Body of Knowledge in Research of Air Traffic Management: Case Study in Indonesi

Neno Ruseno, Mahardi Sadono
2019 Angkasa : jurnal ilmiah bidang teknologi  
Considering the latest publications in the last 5 years, the BOK consists of five areas of operation which are enroute, arrival, terminal, departure and connectivity.  ...  Air Traffic Management (ATM) is a discipline that manages the movement of flights in the air and on the ground.  ...  The second research developed a mathematical model for landing scheduling to minimize the overall flight time [47] .  ... 
doi:10.28989/angkasa.v11i1.400 fatcat:fyforywnfvdbnjlqnsc647vo34

Passengers queue analysis in international airports terminals in Kerala using multiphase queuing system

Roshli Aniyeri, Ratnam Nadar
2018 International Journal of Mathematics in Operational Research (IJMOR)  
Waiting period is a global problem that almost everyone has to face, which causes a great waste of time for everyone.  ...  The focus of this study is to deal with passengers' queue issues of the international airport terminals of Kerala. Queuing theory is a mathematical approach to the study of waiting period in queues.  ...  Many researchers have faced issues concerning the optimisation of an airport terminal The Nagoya University has conducted a simulation using the software Arena on departing flow passengers from the International  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmor.2018.088566 fatcat:x2bcfcn5erg45dkaxjxuxqnzu4

Morphed vertical tailplane assessment for certification requirements

Miguel Angel Castillo-Acero
2015 Zenodo  
The results, opinions, conclusions, etc. presented in this work are those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily represent the position of the JU; the JU is not responsible for any use made of the  ...  certain environmental conditions are formulated as constraints for the optimization problem.  ...  Minimizing the stresses can be formulated mathematically as a multidisciplinary optimization problem. There are general thoughts to be kept in mind, when applying MDO to the design of a FCS.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3905083 fatcat:jegirrd5jbgeho7qtr7o3sfzpi

A Holistic Review of Cybersecurity and Reliability Perspectives in Smart Airports

Nickolaos Koroniotis, Nickolaos Koroniotis, Nour Moustafa, Nour Moustafa, Francesco Schiliro, Francesco Schiliro, Praveen Gauravaram, Praveen Gauravaram, Helge Janicke
2020 IEEE Access  
The various parts of an airport are separated into three categories, the landside, airside and terminal parts, with each section governed by different access controls and security levels and thus requiring  ...  utilisation optimisation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3036728 fatcat:7kbdcvfwmvextpmrgo4mc2qgyq

Planning of airports for the new large aircraft [article]

Alexandre Gomes De Barros, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Sumedha Chandana Wirasinghe
Determining these effects and seeking solutions for those problems comprise the object of this thesis.  ...  Since the airside effects of the New Large Aircraft have been extensively studied by several institutions, this thesis focuses on the issues related to the passenger terminal planning.  ...  In addition, optimisation and other analytical techniques can actually be incorporated in simulation models, making them more powerful with more robust results.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/24061 fatcat:3wixg27jx5ervehfnlq444c3by

Developing a framework for Total Apron Safety Management

Milena Studic, Arnab Majumdar, Washington Y. Ochieng, Wolfgang Schuster, The Lloyd's Register Foundation, Engineering And Physical Sciences Research Council
The Air Traffic Management (ATM) system is a complex socio-technical system that ensures safe, efficient and cost-effective air traffic movements on the ground and in the air.  ...  focus of this thesis is to address current deficiencies with respect to safety management on the apron, by developing a better understanding of the processes carried out on the apron and a new framework for  ...  unimodal traffic management solution aimed at optimising air traffic.  ... 
doi:10.25560/43843 fatcat:7fzpz4ocrjhc5nzk3dvkjpqiay

A framework to assess the ability of automation to deliver capacity targets in European airspace

Gonzalo Tobaruela Arnedo, Arnab Majumdar, Washington Ochieng, Wolfgang Schuster, LLoyd's Register Educational Trust, HALA SESAR WP-E
In order to do this, it identifies the key airspace capacity drivers for current and future operations, focussing on three areas: air traffic controller workload, air traffic predictability and Air Traffic  ...  It estimates the effect of increased predictability on airspace capacity through the performance of the Airspace Management and Air Traffic Flow & Capacity Management functions.  ...  Airside areas comprise taxiways, runways, apron and terminal buildings. Operations in the airside area of the aerodromes include arrivals, departures, taxiing and turn-around.  ... 
doi:10.25560/28150 fatcat:ypcplbjtxnb7japlxim5ylilye

Analysis of Algorithms and Problem Complexity

Atmos', Daniel Delling, Leo Liberti, Daniel Delling, Leo Liberti, Daniel Cremers, Barbara Hammer, Marc Langheinrich, Dorothea Wagner
1998 ACM Classification   unpublished
Acknowledgement: We thank four anonymous referees for their reviews.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Hans Dahlberg at the Swedish Transport Administration and Stefan Huss at Green Cargo AB for providing information on the working processes for shunt yard operation.  ...  The following notation is used for parameters and decision variables in the mathematical programming formulation for the train scheduling problem.  ... 

Aviation air pollution studies in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi

Sukaina Al-Wasity, Helen ApSimon, Nigel Bell, United Arab Emirates
The information gathered produced a basis for projections for future growth and development [...]  ...  The projected growth of air traffic is likely to result in considerable impact on local air quality and climate.  ...  The proposed plan provides a robust platform for the new national carrier, Etihad Airways, to develop ADIA as its base and principal hub, not only for passenger traffic, but also for cargo.  ... 
doi:10.25560/11043 fatcat:mt6iwx5ajzca3liulinar2lofm

Climate change adaptation for seaports and airports

CP Poo
The integer programming is formulated from equation (6.1) -(6.11).  ...  Solution Methodology In Section 6.3, program formulations have been set up and can be used to solve the shipping routing problems (Poo and Yip, 2019) .  ...  Review of defining climate exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity For this study, vulnerability to climate and extreme weather is defined according to the IPCC definition of vulnerability quoted  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00013421 fatcat:wtajabrj5zbgvabaczhnadm7le

Aviation, Tourism and Poverty Relief in Kenya: A Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Model Analysis

Eric Tchouamou Njoya
First, the author is grateful to the Erich-Becker-Stiftung and the University of Applied Sciences Bremen for their financial support.  ...  It is through their funding of short courses, travel grants and technical workshops that I was able to acquire the skills necessary for undertaking this research. In particular, I would like  ...  GAMS is a language for setting up and solving mathematical programming optimisation models.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000053692 fatcat:b3u74k3z65d67f6qtmtwymvkpi