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Dorndorf, Ulrich
Drexl, Andreas
Nikulin, Yury
Pesch, Erwin
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Manuskripte aus den Instituten für Betriebswirtschaftslehre der Universität Kiel 584
This paper surveys a large variety of mathematical models and up-to-date solution techniques developed for solving a general flight gate scheduling problem that deals with assigning different aircraft activities (arrival, departure and intermediate parking) to distinct aircraft stands or gates. The aim of the work is both to present various models and solution techniques which are available in nowadays literature and to give a general idea about new open problems that arise in practise. We restrict the scope of the paper to flight gate management without touching scheduling of ground handling operations.s
flight gate scheduling
assignment of aircraft activities to terminals
survey of models and algorithm
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