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An optimization to schedule train operations with phase-regular framework for intercity rail lines. (English) Zbl 1253.90153
Summary: The most important operating problem for intercity rail lines, which are characterized with the train operations at rapid speed and high frequency, is to design a service-oriented schedule with the minimum cost. This paper proposes a phase-regular scheduling method which divides a day equally into several time blocks and applies a regular train-departing interval and the same train length for each period under the period-dependent demand conditions. A nonlinear mixed zero-one programming model, which could accurately calculate the passenger waiting time and the in-train crowded cost, is developed in this study. A hybrid genetic algorithm associated with the layered crossover and mutation operation is carefully designed to solve the proposed model. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed model and algorithm is illustrated through the application to Hefei-Wuhan intercity rail line in China.

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90B90Case-oriented studies in OR
90B35Scheduling theory, deterministic
90C11Mixed integer programming
90C09Boolean programming
90C30Nonlinear programming
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