The Quay Crane Scheduling Problem

@inproceedings{AlDhaheri2015TheQC,
  title={The Quay Crane Scheduling Problem},
  author={Noura Al-Dhaheri and Ali H. Diabat},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The recent growth in worldwide container terminals’ traffic resulted in a crucial need for optimization models to manage the seaside operations and resources. Along with the recent increase in ship size and the container volume, the advancements in the field of Quay Crane Scheduling introduced the need for new modeling approaches. This is the motivation behind the current paper, which focuses on developing a novel yet simple formulation to address the Quay Crane Scheduling Problem… CONTINUE READING

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