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Disruption Management - Operations Research between planning and execution

Jens Clausen (jc***at***imm.dtu.dk)
Jesper Larsen (jla***at***imm.dtu.dk)
Allan Larsen (ala***at***imm.dtu.dk)
Jesper Hansen (jha***at***imm.dtu.dk)

Abstract: For a large number of applications Operations Research has a proven track record: it can deliver high quality solutions for planning problems. Important examples can be found in the airline industry, logistics and production management. This report will describe real-world examples of a novel way of applying Operations Research: As plans have to be adjusted to take last minute changes into consideration, OR can play an active role in such a situation by producing, maybe even in a pro-actively role, alternative plans. This type of activity is called Disruption Management.

Keywords: Disruption Management, case study, rescheduling, airline OR

Category 1: Applications -- OR and Management Sciences

Category 2: Applications -- OR and Management Sciences (Airline Optimization )

Category 3: Applications -- OR and Management Sciences (Production and Logistics )

Citation: unpublished: Technical report, IMM-2001-15 Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark October 2001

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Entry Submitted: 11/12/2001
Entry Accepted: 11/13/2001
Entry Last Modified: 11/12/2001

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