By Mohamadreza Banihashemi, Ali Haghani (auth.), Prof. Dr. Stefan Voß, Prof. Dr. Joachim R. Daduna (eds.)
This complaints quantity contains chosen papers offered on the 8th overseas convention on Computer-Aided Scheduling 0/Public delivery (CASPT 2000), which was once held on the convention heart of the Konrad rd Adenauer-Foundation in Berlin, Germany, from June 2pt to 23 , 2000. The CASPT 2000 is the continuation of aseries of foreign workshops and meetings featuring fresh examine and development in computer-aided scheduling in public transport.Previous workshops and meetings have been held in • Chicago (1975), • Leeds (1980), • Montreal (1983 and 1990), • Hamburg (1987), • Lisbon (1993) and • Cambridge, Mass. (1997).1 With CASPT 2000, our sequence of workshops and meetings celebrated th its 25 anniversary. beginning with a Workshop on automatic recommendations [or Scheduling zero/ motor vehicle Operators [or city Public Transportation providers in 1975 the scope and goal has broadened for the reason that and nonetheless keeps to take action. the former workshops and meetings have been keen on public mass transit, and whereas this remained the first concentration ofthe 2000 convention, it integrated additionally computer-aided scheduling tools being built and utilized in re lated technique of passenger shipping structures. Commonalities concerning op erations study innovations similar to, e.g., column iteration ideas and 1 whereas there have been no formal complaints for the 1st workshop yet just a p- published replica of all papers issued to contributors on arrival, the next ones are weil documented as folIows: Wren, A. (Ed.) (1981). machine Scheduling zero/ Public delivery. North Holland, Amsterdam.
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Computer-Aided Scheduling of Public Transport by Mohamadreza Banihashemi, Ali Haghani (auth.), Prof. Dr. Stefan Voß, Prof. Dr. Joachim R. Daduna (eds.)