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Paper 122 -- RATION-BY-DISTANCE WITH EQUITY GUARANTEES: A NEW APPROACH TO GROUND DELAY PROGRAM PLANNING AND CONTROL

In this paper we describe ration-by-distance (RBD), a new allocation method to be used in ground delay program (GDP) planning. We show that RBD minimizes total expected delay, under certain assumptions related to the manner in which GDP’s are dynamically controlled that. On the other hand, RBD has poor characteristics with respect to the equity of the allocation it produces. To address this issue, we define a constrained version of RBD as a practical alternative to allocation procedures used in operations today, and we show that it has superior overall performance.
Theme: Network and Traffic Flow Optimisation
Keywords: 3D-separation
Posted by: Robert Hoffman / Other authors: Michael Ball, Avijit Mukherjee
Note: Unset Received On Jan 26, 2007

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