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Duinkerken, Elwin (author)
When trains are not actively traveling on the main rail network, they to be parked and prepared for their next journey. This is a complex problem, involving several interconnected subproblems. Additionally, there is uncertainty in this environment which can render initial plans infeasible during their execution. To ensure trains are able to...
master thesis 2023
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Gardos Reid, Reuben (author)
Over 700 trains in the Netherlands are used daily for passenger transportation. Train operations involve tasks like parking, recombination, cleaning, and maintenance, which take place in shunting yards. The train unit shunting problem (TUSP) is a complex planning problem made more difficult by uncertainties such as delays. Most existing...
master thesis 2023
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Andonov, Bozhidar (author)
When not in use, trains are stored at shunting yards, where they may need servicing. Planning for where the rolling stock should be parked during its stay at the yard is known as the Train Unit Shunting Problem (TUSP) and it is NP-hard. Algorithmic planners can assist with this computationally difficult task by providing a sequence of actions to...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Hanou, Issa (author)
Shunting yards are the locations where trains, which are not included in the train schedule at a certain time, are parked until they are required again. Managing the parking of the trains such that all trains can leave at the desired time is a complicated task, and results in the problem formally known as the Train Unit Shunting Problem (TUSP)....
master thesis 2022
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Bao, Shiwei (author)
This research tackles the Train Unit Shunting Problem (TUSP) in train maintenance service sites. Many researches focus on producing feasible solutions, but only a few of them concentrate on the robustness of solutions. In reality, it is preferred to generate robust plans against unpredictable disturbances. Besides, the approach is expected to...
master thesis 2018
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