Sökning: "timetable allocation"
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1. Timetable Analysis based on Social Cost and Simulation
Sammanfattning : The timetable is essential for railway traffic. Its design affects rail operations – and by extension all operators, passengers, and freight clients. International practice for capacity allocation varies and there is no common algorithm for designing and evaluating timetable changes. LÄS MER
2. Methods for Capacity Allocation in Deregulated Railway Markets
Sammanfattning : Faced with increasing challenges, railways around Europe have recently undergone major reforms aiming to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of the railway sector. New market structures such as vertical separation, deregulation and open access can allow for reduced public expenditures, increased market competition, and more efficient railway systems. LÄS MER
3. Tid för reformering : Försöksverksamheten med slopad timplan i grundskolan
Sammanfattning : In 1999, the Swedish Parliament decided to launch an experiment to test the idea of replacing, at the compulsory educational level, the national time schedule with localized control of schedules. This was in keeping with strategies of deregulation, decentralisation and increased local autonomy that had dominated Swedish education policy, particularly since the 1990s. LÄS MER
4. Mathematical models for optimising decision support systems in the railway industry
Sammanfattning : After the deregulation of the Swedish railway industry, train operating companies compete for and on the same infrastructure. This makes the allocation of rail capacity a most delicate problem, and for a well-functioning railway system the allocation must be fair, efficient and functional. The capacity allocation tasks include e.g. LÄS MER
5. Optimisation models for train timetabling and marshalling yard planning
Sammanfattning : Railways provide high capacity, safe and energy eﬀicient transportation of goods and passengers. However, railway transportation also suffers from intrinsic restrictions and the effectiveness and eﬀiciency of the transportation depend on the railway actors’ ability to solve a set of hard and interconnected planning problems. LÄS MER