Andreas Artmeier

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Traditionally routing has focused on finding shortest paths in networks with positive, static edge costs representing the distance between two nodes. Energy-optimal routing for electric vehicles creates novel algorithmic challenges, as simply understanding edge costs as energy values and applying standard algorithms does not work. First, edge costs can be(More)
Electric vehicles (EV) powered by batteries will play a significant role in the road traffic of the future. The unique characteristics of such EVs – limited cruising range, long recharge times, and the ability to regain energy during deceleration – require novel routing algorithms, since the task is now to determine the most economical route rather than(More)
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