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Simulation-Based Analysis of Dispatching Methods on Seaport Container Terminals

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Efficient dispatching of vehicles and transport orders between the quayside and the yard of container terminals is an important challenge for terminal operators. Despite the large amount of literature in this field, there is no systematic approach investigating the effects of terminal characteristics on the performance of different dispatching methods. This simulation study aims to close that research gap for the case of different dynamic dispatching methods.

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Schwientek, A., Lange, AK., Jahn, C. (2018). Simulation-Based Analysis of Dispatching Methods on Seaport Container Terminals. In: Freitag, M., Kotzab, H., Pannek, J. (eds) Dynamics in Logistics. LDIC 2018. Lecture Notes in Logistics. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74225-0_22

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