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The decomposition of planning and scheduling problems is a well known technique to make these problems tractable. The resulting dependable subproblems were often solved using different planning systems. In this article we focus on an example from the container terminal management. We point out the dependencies between the planning systems. Using a subset of(More)
Large costs arise at a seaport container terminal from the duration of the unloading of vessels and from the time a vessel is waiting to be unloaded. The optimal allocation of vessels to berth space (Berth Allocation Problem) becomes more and more important as its solution is also input to further terminal decision problems. We compare solutions for a(More)
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