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TRACS is an established driver scheduling system [2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9]. Its variant BusTRACS is being used by 29 bus companies, and TrainTRACS is being used by the train operator ScotRail. TrainTRACS has also been used in scheduling projects for several other train operators. As the transport operators start using the system, difficult problem issues arising(More)
We report on the current state of a project whose aim is to implement a framework for sensitivity analysis in Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM). The framework is largely based on mathematical programming. Due to the potentially large number and nature of the mathematical programmes, it is far from trivial to provide solutions to all of them in(More)