Vehicle and Crew Routing and Scheduling

Mr Ben Hollis (2010). Vehicle and Crew Routing and Scheduling PhD Thesis, School of Mathematics & Physics, The University of Queensland.

       
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Author Mr Ben Hollis
Thesis Title Vehicle and Crew Routing and Scheduling
School, Centre or Institute School of Mathematics & Physics
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 2010-08
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Supervisor Michael Forbes
Dirk Kroese
Total pages 96
Total colour pages 1
Total black and white pages 95
Subjects 01 Mathematical Sciences
Abstract/Summary This thesis is concerned with various aspects of vehicle and crew routing and scheduling. In particular: the integration of vehicle routing with simultaneous vehicle and crew scheduling; simultaneous vehicle and crew scheduling with time windows; and vehicle routing with time windows for visual attractiveness and operational robustness. It is comprised of the solution techniques to a subset of the real world problems I have had the opportunity to apply myself to in my professional career to date, that met the requirements for inclusion in an industry-based PhD thesis: involving substantial new and innovative research; being a real world problem where the solutions produced would be implemented and the software within which the research was embodied deployed; and combining the willingness of the customer to allow publication including the use and release of internal company data. This thesis is comprised of three articles, included as chapters without alteration, submitted for publication in various peer reviewed journals. It also incorporates a chapter containing an updated literature review covering the intervening period between submission of the articles and submission of this thesis and a chapter containing a brief summary of the most significant contributions and findings from the three articles.
Keyword nteger Programming, Column Generation, Dynamic Programming, Meta Heuristics, Guided Local Search
Vehicle Routing, Crew Scheduling, Simultaneous Vehicle and Crew Scheduling, Time Windows
Additional Notes Page 89 printed in colour

 
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