Mark E. T. Horn

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Tourism Holdings Limited (THL) operates a fleet of around 4000 recreational rental vehicles of many types, based at a dozen locations in Australia and New Zealand. The allocation of vehicles to bookings is performed centrally. If demand for a particular vehicle type at a location exceeds supply, THL may substitute vehicles of similar types or relocate(More)
This article describes a prototype travel recommender system called the Electronic Travel Planner (ETP), which prepares travel itineraries for tourists. The system is driven by models of a traveler's preferences and requirements, and makes reference to databases containing information pertaining to tourism and travel products. Its main tasks are to select(More)
The Rental Fleet Scheduling Problem (RFSP) arises in vehicle rental operations that offer a wide variety of vehicle types to customers, and allow a rented vehicle to " migrate " to a setdown depot other than the pickup depot. When there is a shortage of vehicles of a particular type at a depot, vehicles may be relocated to that depot, or vehicles of similar(More)
These papers are produced by Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. They are circulated for discussion purposes only. Their contents should be considered preliminary and are not to be quoted without the authors' permission. Abstract The Royal Australian Navy's Patrol Boat Force carries out essential tasks in the surveillance, policing and defence(More)
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