Optimal Addition's Algorithms of the Traffic Schedule for Railways with Mobile Blocking Sections
Article analyses formation problem of flexible traffic schedule. Ad hoc request must be submitted, inserting additional (not planned before) track into made traffic schedules. Handling importance of ad hoc requests is emphasized in EU directive 2001/14/EB. Task is to analyse optimal insertion of an additional (reserved) train track's into already made schedule: task formulation and possible ways of solution. Task also can be solved applying Monte-Carlo, genetic algorithm or variants re-selection methods. All these methods are equally exact and can be implemented with modern computers with quit short time costs. Ill. 2, bibl.4 (in Lithuanian; summaries in Lithuanian, English and Russian).
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