A Case Study: School Bus Routing
We now turn our attention to a case study in transportation logistics. We highlight particular issues that arise when implementing an optimization algorithm in a real-life routing situation. The case concerns the routing and scheduling of school buses in the five boroughs of New York City.
KeywordsGeographic Information System Distance Constraint Capacitate Vehicle Rout Problem Feasible Route Mixed Load
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