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Blenkers, L.L. (author)
Railway networks are susceptible to disturbances and disruptions caused by failures in the infrastructure and rolling stock which lead to delays and inconvenience for passengers. Disruption management is currently performed manually by dispatchers and can be improved by using dispatching support systems that can calculate optimal solutions using...
master thesis 2015
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Van Amstel, D.D. (author)
The class of Discrete Event Systems (DES) are systems of which the dynamics consist of the occurrences of discrete events in the time domain. Typical examples of DES from everyday life are transport systems , production facilities or communication systems. Recently legged locomotion has been adressed from the point of view of DES. Here, the...
master thesis 2014
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Van der Meer, D.J. (author)
When delays occur in a railway network, train dispatchers need an answer to the question: ‘How to get the train service back to the scheduled situation?’. This research project is aimed at the development of a tool that helps the dispatcher answer this question quickly by evaluating the effectiveness of dispatching actions, such as changing the...
master thesis 2008
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Van Dijk, M. (author)
master thesis 2006
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