A set packing inspired method for real-time junction train routing

@article{Lusby2013ASP,
  title={A set packing inspired method for real-time junction train routing},
  author={Richard Lusby and Jesper Larsen and Matthias Ehrgott and David M. Ryan},
  journal={Computers & OR},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={713-724}
}
Efficiently coordinating the often large number of interdependent, timetabled train movements on a railway junction, while satisfying a number of operational requirements, is one of the most important problems faced by a railway company. The most critical variant of the problem arises on a daily basis at major railway junctions where disruptions to rail traffic make the planned schedule/routing infeasible and rolling stock planners are forced to reschedule/re-route trains in order to recover… CONTINUE READING
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