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Publications

[1] C. Bayliss, G. De Maere, J. Atkin, and M. Paelinck. Probabilistic airline reserve crew scheduling. In Proceedings of ATMOS 2012, 2012. Accepted for publication.
[2] J.A.D. Atkin, G. De Maere, E.K. Burke, and J.S. Greenwood. Addressing the pushback time allocation problem at Heathrow airport. 2012. Accepted for publication.
[3] A. Ascó, J.A.D. Atkin, and E.K. Burke. The airport baggage sorting station allocation problem. In Proceedings of the 5th Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference (MISTA 2011), Phoenix, Arizona, USA. MISTA, August 2011.
[4] A. Ascó, J.A.D. Atkin, and E.K. Burke. An analysis of constructive algorithms for airport baggage sorting station assignment. Presented to the Journal of Scheduling, 2011.
[5] A. Ascó, J.A.D. Atkin, and E.K. Burke. Evolutionary algorithm for the over-constrained airport baggage sorting station assignment problem. In 9th Intl. Conf. on Simulated Evolution And Learning, SEAL2012. SEAL2012, December 2012.
[6] S. Ravizza, J. Chen, J.A.D. Atkin, E. K. Burke, and Paul Stewart. The trade-off between taxi time and fuel consumption in airport ground movement. In Proceedings of the Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport (CASPT12), Santiago, Chile, 2012.
[7] S. Ravizza and J.A.D. Atkin. Exploration of the ordering for a sequential airport ground movement algorithm. Technical Report 1543, University of Nottingham, 2011.
[8] J. Chen, S. Ravizza, J.A.D. Atkin, and P. Stewart. On the utilisation of fuzzy rule-based systems for taxi time estimations at airports. In Proceedings of the 11th Workshop on Algorithmic Approaches for Transportation Modelling, Optimization, and Systems (ATMOS), Saarbrücken, Germany, volume 20 of OpenAccess Series in Informatics (OASIcs), pages 134-145, 2011.
[9] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, and S. Ravizza. A statistical approach for taxi time estimation at London Heathrow Airport. In Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Models and Algorithms for Planning and Scheduling Problems (MAPSP), Nymburk, Czech Republic, 2011.
[10] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, and S. Ravizza. A more realistic approach for airport ground movement optimisation with stand holding. In Proceedings of the 5th Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference (MISTA), Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 2011.
[11] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. Departure runway scheduling at london heathrow airport. In 4th EU/ME Workshop, The Design and Evaluation of Advanced Hybrid Meta-Heuristics, Nottingham, UK, 2004. 2004.
[12] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. A hybrid tabu search evaluation of holding point entrance allocation methods for departures at london heathrow airport. In Proceedings of the6th Metaheuristics International Conference, Vienna, Austria, 2005. 2005.
[13] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. Hybrid meta-heuristics to aid runway scheduling under uncertainty at london heathrow airport. In Proceedings of Models and Algorithms for Planning and Scheduling Problems, Siena, Italy, 2005. 2005.
[14] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. The effect of the planning horizon and freezing time on take-off sequencing. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Research in Air Transportation (ICRAT 2006), Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, June 24-28, 2006. 2006.
[15] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. Hybrid metaheuristics to aid runway scheduling at london heathrow airport. Transportation Science, 41:90 - 106, 2007.
[16] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. A metaheuristic approach to aircraft departure scheduling at london heathrow airport. In Computer Aided Systems in Public Transport, volume 600 of Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. Springer, 2008.
[17] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. On-line decision support for take-off runway scheduling with uncertain taxi times at london heathrow airport. Journal of Scheduling, 11:323 - 346, 2008.
[18] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, J.S. Greenwood, and D. Reeson. An examination of take-off scheduling constraints at london heathrow airport. Public Transport, 2009.
[19] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, and J.S. Greenwood. The tsat allocation system at london heathrow: The relationship between slot compliance, throughput and equity. In Electronic proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport, (CASPT09), Hong Kong, July 20-22, 2009. 2009.
[20] J.A.D. Atkin, E.K. Burke, and J.S. Greenwood. A comparison of two methods for reducing take-off delay at london heathrow airport. In Electronic proceedings of the 4th Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference, (MISTA2009), Dublin, Ireland, August 10-12, 2009. 2009.
[21] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, and M. Paelinck. Multi-objective flight re-timing to anticipate the stochastic nature of the operating environment. page Under review, 2009.
[22] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, and M. Paelinck. Multi-objective approaches to investigate airline schedule robustness: the 3-objective case. In In proceedings of the conference on Computer-Aided Scheduling of Public Transport 2008, Hong Kong, China, 2008.
[23] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, and M. Paelinck. Multi-objective approaches for robust airline scheduling. In Proceedings of Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences conference 2008, Washington, USA, page 79, 2008.
[24] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, and M. Paelinck. Multi-objective approaches to investigate airline schedule robustness. 2009. Under review.
[25] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, M. Paelinck, and G. Vanden Berghe. A multi-objective approach for robust airline scheduling. Computers and Operations Research, (In press), 2009.
[26] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, and M. Paelinck. Forecasting flight schedule robustness. In Proceedings of the second Multidiciplinary International Conference On Scheduling: Theory and Applications, New York, USA, 2005.
[27] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, M. Paelinck, and G. Vanden Berghe. Feature based prediction for airline schedule robustness. In In proceedings of the conference on Computer-Aided Scheduling of Public Transport 2006, Leeds, UK, 2006.
[28] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, M. Paelinck, and G. Vanden Berghe. A new time window model for integrated optimisation of airline schedules for robustness. In In proceedings of the conference on Computer-Aided Scheduling of Public Transport 2006, Leeds, UK, 2006.
[29] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, M. Paelinck, and G. Vanden Berghe. Multi-objective approaches for robust airline scheduling. In Anna Valicek competition, 2007.
[30] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, M. Paelinck, and G. Vanden Berghe. Memetic algorithms for multi-objective optimisation of robustness objectives in airline schedules. In Proceedings of the Models and Algorithms for Planning and Scheduling Problems conference 2007, Istanbul, Turkey, 2007.
[31] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, M. Paelinck, and G. Vanden Berghe. Multi-objective approaches to investigate robustness of airline schedules. In Proceedings of the Airline Group of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies Airline operations meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA, 2007.
[32] E.K. Burke, P. De Causmaecker, G. De Maere, J. Mulder, and M. Paelinck. A new meta-heuristic framework for dynamic selection of forecasting models to determine airline schedule robustness. In Proceedings of the Airline Group of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies Scheduling and strategic planning group meeting, Macau, China, 2004.
[33] F. Bian, E.K. Burke, S. Jain, G. Kendall, G. Koole, J.D. Landa-Silva, J. Mulder, M.C.E. Paelinck, C. Reeves, I. Rusdi, and M.O. Suleman. Making airline schedules more robust. In G. Kendall, E.K Burke, S. Petrovic, and M. Gendreau, editors, Multi-disciplinary Scheduling: Theory and Applications, pages 381-392. Springer, 2005.

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