# Richard Freling

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• Transportation Science
• 2001
Vehicle scheduling is the process of assigning vehicles to a set of predetermined trips with fixed starting and ending times, while minimizing capital and operating costs. This paper considers modeling, algorithmic, and computational aspects of the polynomially solvable case in which there is a single depot and vehicles are identical. A quasiassignment(More)
• Transportation Science
• 2005
In this paper we introduce the problem of shunting passenger train units in a railway station. Shunting occurs whenever train units are temporarily not necessary to operate a given timetable. We discuss several aspects of this problem and focus on two subproblems. We propose mathematical models for these subproblems together with a solution method based on(More)
• Transportation Science
• 2005
This paper presents two different models and algorithms for integrated vehicle and crew scheduling in the multiple-depot case. The algorithms are both based on a combination of column generation and Lagrangian relaxation. Furthermore, we compare those integrated approaches with each other and with the traditional sequential one on random generated as well(More)
• Annals OR
• 2004
This paper discusses a decision support system for airline and railway crew planning. The system is a state-of-the-art branch-and-price solver that is used for crew scheduling and crew rostering. We briefly discuss the mathematical background of the solver, of which most part is covered in the Operations Research literature. Crew scheduling is crew planning(More)
V ehicle scheduling is the process of assigning vehicles to a set of predetermined trips with fixed starting and ending times, while minimizing capital and operating costs. This paper considers the polynomial solvable case in which there is a single depot and one type of vehicle. Several network representations for vehicle scheduling are discussed,(More)
Airline seat inventory control is a very profitable tool in the airline industry. Mathematical programming models provide booking limits or bid-prices for all itineraries and fare classes based on demand forecasts. But the actual revenue generated in the booking process fails to meet expectations. Simple deterministic models based on expected demand(More)
In this paper the problem of scheduling train crew is considered. We discuss a general framework of which the method for solving the train crew scheduling problem is a special case. In particular, our method is a heuristic branch-and-price algorithm suitable for large scale crew scheduling problems. This algorithm is applied to a real life train guard(More)