Goossens, J.H.M.
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RePub, Erasmus University RepositoryOn solving multi-type railway line planning problems
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Mon, 16 Jan 2006 00:00:01 GMT<div>Goossens, J.H.M.</div><div>Hoesel, S. van</div><div>Kroon, L.G.</div>
An important strategic element in the planningprocess of a railway operator is the development of a lineplan, i.e., a set of routes (paths) on the network of tracks, operated at a given hourly frequency. The models described in the literature have thus far considered only lines that halt at all stations along their route. In this paper we introduce several models for solving line planning problems in which Lines can have different halting patterns. Correctness and equivalence proofs for these models are given, as well as an evaluation using several real-life instances.A Branch-and-Cut approach for solving line planning problems
http://repub.eur.nl/pub/6692/
Sun, 01 Aug 2004 00:00:01 GMT<div>Goossens, J.H.M.</div><div>Hoesel, S. van</div><div>Kroon, L.G.</div>
An important strategic phase in the planning process of a railway operator is the development of a line plan, i.e., a set of routes (paths) in a network of tracks, operated at a given hourly frequency. We consider a model formulation of the line-planning problem where total operating costs are to be minimized.
This model is solved with a branch-and-cut approach, for which we develop a variety of valid inequalities and reduction methods. A computational study of five real-life instances based on examples from Netherlands Railways (NS) is included...