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We study the problem of robust routing in urban public transportation networks. In order to propose solutions that are robust for typical delays, we assume that we have past observations of real traffic situations available. In particular, we assume that we have " daily records " containing the observed travel times in the whole network for a few past days.… (More)

We study an offline interval scheduling problem where every job has exactly one associated interval on every machine. To schedule a set of jobs, exactly one of the intervals associated with each job must be selected, and the intervals selected on the same machine must not intersect. We show that deciding whether all jobs can be scheduled is NP-complete… (More)

A prominent problem in Graph Theory is to find extremal graphs or digraphs with restrictions in their diameter, degree and number of vertices. Here we obtain a new family of digraphs with minimal diameter, that is, given the number of vertices and degree there is no other digraph with a smaller diameter. This new family is called modified cyclic digraphs… (More)

Given an urban public transportation network and historic delay information, we consider the problem of computing reliable journeys. We propose new algorithms based on our recently presented solution concept (Böhmová et al., ATMOS 2013), and perform an experimental evaluation using real-world delay data from Zürich, Switzerland. We compare these methods to… (More)

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