Real-Time Multivehicle Truckload Pickup and Delivery Problems

@article{Yang2004RealTimeMT,
  title={Real-Time Multivehicle Truckload Pickup and Delivery Problems},
  author={Jian Yang and Patrick Jaillet and H. Mahmassani},
  journal={Transp. Sci.},
  year={2004},
  volume={38},
  pages={135-148}
}
  • Jian Yang, Patrick Jaillet, H. Mahmassani
  • Published 2004
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Transp. Sci.
  • In this paper we formally introduce a generic real-time multivehicle truckload pickup and delivery problem. The problem includes the consideration of various costs associated with trucks' empty travel distances, jobs' delayed completion times, and job rejections. Although very simple, the problem captures most features of the operational problem of a real-world trucking fleet that dynamically moves truckloads between different sites according to customer requests that arrive continuously.We… CONTINUE READING
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