• Published 2003

Priority allocation of ships in a port simulation

@inproceedings{Asperen2003PriorityAO,
  title={Priority allocation of ships in a port simulation},
  author={Eelco van Asperen and Rommert Dekker and Mark Polman and Henk de Swaan Arons},
  year={2003}
}
The limited jetty capacity of ports causes costly ship delays, particularly for large ocean-going vessels. Terminal operators attempt to reduce ship delays both in number and duration but have to take the number of jetties and their functionality and layout as a fact. Ships can arrive according to a schedule, for example based on stock levels, or unscheduled, or even uncontrolled which is the case in a Poisson process. Additional control of the arrival process through the application of… CONTINUE READING

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