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Lippes, Stijn (author)
With the ambition of policy makers to encourage a modal shift to rail, an increase in the demand for running trains can be expected. Capacity wise, this increase in demand could be facilitated by applying moving-block signalling. If railway traffic increases however, so does the difficulty of managing it. Rescheduling systems are currently being...
master thesis 2024
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Zhan, Shuguang (author), Xie, Jiemin (author), Wong, S. C. (author), Zhu, Y. (author), Corman, Francesco (author)
External and internal factors can cause disturbances or disruptions in daily train operations, leading to deviations from official timetables and passenger delays. As a result, efficient train timetable rescheduling (TTR) methods are necessary to restore disrupted train services. Although TTR has been a popular research topic in recent years,...
journal article 2024
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Zhang, Hengkai (author)
The railway timetable rescheduling problem is a challenging problem in both industry and academia. It is required to calculate a feasible and relatively good timetable within a limited time to reduce the negative impact of disturbances or disruptions. The railway timetable rescheduling problem is typically formulated as a mixed integer linear...
master thesis 2023
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Zhu, Y. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
Unexpected disruptions occur in the railways on a daily basis, which are typically handled manually by experienced traffic controllers with the support of predefined contingency plans. When several disruptions occur simultaneously, it is rather hard for traffic controllers to make rescheduling decisions, because (1) the predefined contingency...
journal article 2021
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Binder, S. (author), Maknoon, M.Y. (author), Sharif Azadeh, S. (author), Bierlaire, M. (author)
Unexpected disruptions commonly occur in the railway network, causing delays, and extra cost for operators and inconvenience for passengers by missing their connection and facing overcrowded trains. This paper presents a passenger-centric approach for timetable rescheduling in case of disruption. We study a railway system in which passengers...
journal article 2021
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Zhu, Y. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
During railway disruptions, most passengers may not be able to find preferred alternative train services due to the current way of handling disruptions that does not take passenger responses into account. To offer better alternatives to passengers, this paper proposes a novel passenger-oriented timetable rescheduling model, which integrates...
journal article 2020
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Zhu, Y. (author), Wang, H. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
Real-time railway traffic management is important for the daily operations of railway systems. It predicts and resolves operational conflicts caused by events like excessive passenger boardings/alightings. Traditional optimization methods for this problem are restricted by the size of the problem instances. Therefore, this paper proposes a...
conference paper 2020
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Zhu, Y. (author)
Railway systems are vulnerable to unexpected disruptions, which usually result in track blockages for a few hours. In practice, disruptions are handled manually and the resulting impact to passengers is rarely considered. To enable disruption management more efficiently, operator-friendly and passenger-friendly, this thesis develops mathematical...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Zhu, Y. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author), Quaglietta, E. (author)
Unexpected disruptions occur in the railways on a daily basis, which are<br/>typically handled manually by experienced trac controllers with the support of<br/>predened contingency plans. When several disruptions occur simultaneously, it is<br/>rather hard for trac controllers to make trac management decisions, because 1)<br/>the predened...
conference paper 2018
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