Scatter Search and Bionomic Algorithms for the aircraft landing problem

  title={Scatter Search and Bionomic Algorithms for the aircraft landing problem},
  author={H. Pinol and John E. Beasley},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
The problem of deciding how to land aircraft approaching an airport involves assigning each aircraft to an appropriate runway, computing a landing sequence for each runway and scheduling the landing time for each aircraft. Runway allocation, sequencing and scheduling for each aircraft must ensure the scheduled landing time lies within a predefined time window and meet separation time requirements with other aircraft. The objective is to achieve effective runway use. In this paper, the multiple… CONTINUE READING
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