Framework of Synchromodal Transportation Problems
de Huncker, M.A.M.
Ortega del Vecchyo, M.R.
Problem statements and solution methods in mathematical synchromodal transportation problems depend greatly on a set of model choices for which no rule of thumb exists. In this paper, a framework is introduced with which the model choices in synchromodal transportation problems can be classified, based on literature. This framework help researchers and developers find solution methodologies that are commonly used in their problems instance and to grasp characteristics of the models and cases in a compact way, enabling easy classification, comparison and insight in complexity. It is shown that this classification can help steer a modeller towards appropriate solution methods.
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8th International Conference on Computational Logistics, Southampton, United Kingdom, 2017.