EditorPublishing House of Poznan University of Technology
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In this paper a network design model is presented for the problem
of how to define an optimal airport topology in order to attend the conflicting
movements of the aircrafts on ground during short to medium planning periods
and taking into account the dynamic aspects of their interfering movements. Given
a set of decision variables affecting the airport’s topology, the model balances a set
of conflicting objectives or factors and their results are compared with the routing
decisions taken from real data. The model is primarily solved using ”B&B” and
the multicriteria approach presented is investigated using real test networks.
CitacióCodina, E.; Marín, Á. Taxi planning: a multiobjective oriented network design model for on ground aircraft's routing management. A: "Advanced OR and AI Methods in Transportation, Proceedings of 10th EWGT Meeting and 16th Mini-Euro Conference". Publishing House of Poznan University of Technology, 2008, p. 63-69.