Student Number 86322079 Author Zong-Nan Sie(謝宗男) Author's Email Address No Public. Statistics This thesis had been viewed 277 times. Download 11 times. Department Civil Engineering Year 1998 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Title Date of Defense Page Count 115 Keyword Buffer time Dynamic real-time adjusting Incidental scheduling Simulation Time-Space network Abstract In an airline's practical operations incidences occurred from time to time. Recently the schedule recovery problem has been paid more attention than before. We discovered that most scholars used system optimization techniques to solve this problem in the context of international flight operations. In order to resolve the situation of stochastic flight delays, they used fixed buffer time to absorb stochastic flight delays, while did not discuss or analyze such a fixed buffer time. Since, the time between two connected flights is typically short in domestic airline operations, the influence of stochastic flight delays on domestic airline operations is expected to more than that on international airline operations. In this research we will develop a systematic framework that includes an incidentally scheduling model, a flexible design of buffer time, a real-time schedule adjustment approach, and a simulation technique for system evaluation. We hope that the framework will assist carriers in efficient incidental scheduling. The scheduling model is constructed based on a time-space network. An integer linear program was formulated and a mathematical programming tool was used to solve the problem. Besides, two heuristic algorithms were also developed to compare with the optimal solution. Through the simulation technique, we cannot only evaluate the applicability of the scheduling model in domestic airline operations, but also design flexible buffer times and suitable real-time schedule adjustment approaches. Finally, to evaluate the framework we performed a case study regarding the domestic operation of a major Taiwan airline. Table of Content 第一章 緒論1
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