Searched for: subject:"rescheduling"
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Dekker, Mark M. (author), van Lieshout, Rolf N. (author), Ball, Robin C. (author), Bouman, Paul C. (author), Dekker, Stefan C. (author), Dijkstra, Henk A. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author), Huisman, Dennis (author), Panja, Deb (author), Schaafsma, Alfons A.M. (author), van den Akker, Marjan (author)
Railway systems occasionally get into a state of out-of-control, meaning that there is barely any train is running, even though the required resources (infrastructure, rolling stock and crew) are available. These situations can either be caused by large disruptions or unexpected propagation and accumulation of delays. Because of the large number...
conference paper 2018
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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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Ghaemi, N. (author), Cats, O. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
This paper investigates the challenges of railway traffic controllers in dealing with big disruptions and the kind of support tools that could help to improve their task in terms of performance, lead time and workload. The disruption handling process can be partitioned into three phases resembling a bathtub. For each phase the essential...
journal article 2017
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Ghaemi, N. (author), Cats, O. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
Currently railway traffic controllers use predefined solutions (contingency plans) to deal with a disruption. These plans are manually designed by expert traffic controllers and are specific to a certain location and timetable. With a slight change in the timetable or infrastructure, these plans might not be feasible and have to be updated....
journal article 2017
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Ghaemi, N. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author), Cats, O. (author)
Railway trafic controllers have only limited decision support to deal with disruptions. The aim of this research is to provide an algorithm to compute conflict-free routes for trains that cannot continue their planned operation due to a track obstruction. In case of complete blockage, trains need to short-turn at the closest possible station to...
conference paper 2015
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Ghaemi, N. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
This paper investigates the challenges of railway traffic controllers in dealing with big disruptions and the kind of support tools that could help to improve their task in terms of performance and lead time. The disruption handling process can be partitioned into three phases according to the bathtub model and to each phase the essential...
conference paper 2015
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Besinovic, N. (author), Cacchiani, V. (author), Dollevoet, T. (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author), Huisman, D. (author), Kidd, M.P. (author), Kroon, L.G. (author), Quaglietta, E. (author), Rodriguez, J. (author), Toth, P. (author), Veelenturf, L. (author), Wagenaar, J. (author)
During railway operations unexpected events can require railway operators and infrastructure managers to adjust their schedules. In this research we investigate the disruption management process. More specifically, we come up with an architecture and algorithmic framework which railway operators could use for decision support during disruptions....
conference paper 2015
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Kecman, P. (author)
The potential growth in transport demand in the next decade and beyond requires a change from reactive to proactive traffic control to maintain and improve the reliability of railway traffic. In order to enable an anticipative approach to traffic management, it is necessary to develop the tools for monitoring, prediction and optimisation of the...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Corman, F. (author)
Railway is an important and sustainable transportation mode, which despite good potentials results in a limited attractiveness, mostly due to the perceived consequences of unreliability. In fact, busy railway networks with frequent and heterogeneous services are highly sensitive to delay propagation, due to conflicts along lines and at stations....
doctoral thesis 2010
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Corman, F. (author), D'Ariano, A. (author), Pacciarelli, D. (author), Pranzo, M. (author)
Railway dispatchers are in charge of rescheduling trains during operations in order to limit propagation of disturbances occurring in real-time. To help the dispatchers in such task, an advanced decision support system, ROMA (Railway traffic Optimization by Means of Alternative graphs), has been recently implemented to optimize railway traffic...
journal article 2010
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Corman, F. (author), D'Ariano, A. (author), Pranzo, M. (author), Hansen, I.A. (author)
Railway traffic experiences disturbances during operations while dispatchers need actions to restore feasibility and limit spreading of delays through the network. To help the dispatcher in such task, the dispatching support tool ROMA (Railway traffic Optimization by Means of Alternative graphs) has been designed and implemented. We report on...
conference paper 2010
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