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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

Endre Pap , Vladimir Bojanić , Goran Bojanić , Milosav Georgijević

ABSTRACT

Due to the benefits of container transport, containerization of goods has increased significantly in last two decades. Consequently all aspects of container transport chains should be analyzed. Formulation of mathematical models for container terminals is important for understanding and improving container terminal operations. This paper presents an overview of existing optimization problems in container terminal operations, with the goal of defining a model for quay crane operations in river container terminals. While river container terminals are important nodes in the inland transportation network, they have not yet been addressed in the literature. The efficiency of container cranes, as the lead element in the terminal, is of key importance for the performance of the container terminal. This paper presents scheduling of quay cranes in river terminals for barge reloading. More... »

PAGES

285-300

Book

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Intelligent Systems: Models and Applications

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978-3-642-33958-5
978-3-642-33959-2

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-33959-2_15

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