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Conceptual Aspects for a Valuation- and Optimization- System for Transportation Processes with Special Regard on Air-bound Traffic

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Wittmann, Jochen (University of Hamburg, Dept. Computer Science, Chair Computer Engineering)
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Möller, Dietmar P.F. (University of Hamburg, Dept. Computer Science, Chair Computer Engineering)
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Gollnick, Volker (Technical University Hamburg-Harburg, Institute of Air Transport and Technology Assessment)
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Chapter Environmental Modelling and Simulation
Volume Environmental Informatics and Industrial Ecology
Conference Environmental Informatics and Industrial Ecology
Lüneburg, 2008
Year 2008
Abstract of the Article
Based on the trend of growing role for airbound traffic on the one hand and the growing need for efficient and economic transportation, this paper gives an intermodal approach to describe the whole transportation task ” from door to door“. To do this, the concept of the “transport chain” is introduced and formalized. On the base of this overallmodel of the system, the optimization objectives are formulated with special respect on the local views of the different stakeholders that offer the different services along the transport chain. Additionally, the transport chain concept is used to couple existing models of the transportation domain by modularization into independent transportation steps and an interface between these steps that abstracts from the steps’ implementation by focusing on guarantees for the service offered, only.
Pages 351 - 358
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