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DECISION MAKER'S PREFERENCES, AIRPORT GATE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM AND MULTIOBJECTIVE OPTIMISATION

Ignacy Kaliszewski, Janusz Miroforidis, Jarosław Stańczak

Abstract:

We present an application of a methodology we developed earlier to capture a decision maker's preferences in multiobjective environments to a notorious problem in the realm of Air Traffic Management, namely the Airport Gate Assignment Problem. The problem has been modelled as an all-integer optimisation problem with two criteria. We have implemented this methodology into the commercial solver CPLEX and also into an Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimisation algorithm and we have solved with them a numerical instance of the Airport Gate Assignment Problem for a couple of decision making scenarios.

Keywords:

preference capture, airport gate assignment, exact optimization computations, evolutionary optimization computations

Reference index:

Ignacy Kaliszewski, Janusz Miroforidis, Jarosław Stańczak, (2013), DECISION MAKER'S PREFERENCES, AIRPORT GATE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM AND MULTIOBJECTIVE OPTIMISATION, Multiple Criteria Decision Making (8), pp. 84-100

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