Generating, scheduling and rostering of shift crew-duties: Applications at the Hong Kong International Airport

@article{Chu2007GeneratingSA,
  title={Generating, scheduling and rostering of shift crew-duties: Applications at the Hong Kong International Airport},
  author={Sydney C. K. Chu},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={177},
  pages={1764-1778}
}
In the context of manpower planning, goal programming (GP) is extremely useful for generating shift duties of fixed length. A fixed-length duty consists of a fixed number of contiguous hours of work in a day, with a meal/rest break somewhere preferably around the middle of these working hours. It is such properties that enable the straightforward, yet flexible GP modeling. We propose GP models for an integrated problem of crew duties assignment, for baggage services section staff at the Hong… CONTINUE READING
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