Lang Fan

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— The urban transit routing problem (UTRP) for public transport systems involves finding a set of efficient transit routes to meet customer demands. The UTRP is an NP-Hard, highly constrained, multi-objective problem, for which the evaluation of candidate route sets can prove both time consuming and challenging, with many potential solutions rejected on the(More)
The urban transit routing problem (UTRP) is NP-Hard and involves devising routes for public transport systems. It is a highly complex multiply constrained problem and the evaluation of candidate route sets can prove both time consuming and challenging, with many potential solutions rejected on the grounds of infeasibility. Due to the problem difficulty,(More)
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