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Analyse, representation et optimisation de la circulation des avions sur une plate-forme aeroportuaire

Abstract : The airport traffic demand has been increasing steadily over the last decades making ground traffic at airports a critical issue with respect to security and efficiency. This thesis presents a multilevel approach for the analysis and the optimisation of airport ground traffic operations. This thesis is divided in threes parts: - the first part introduces the overall problematic and its environment, - the second part of the thesis deals with the medium term planning level. A global approach to estimate the theoretical as well as the practical airside capacity at airports, is proposed. This approach is based on a mathematical network representation which allows to take into account the structure of the ground traffic system and the resolution of a set of large mathematical programming which can interact with traffic simulators, - the third part of the thesis deals with the short term tactical level. An adaptive approach to manage at the tactical level the routing and scheduling of arriving and departing traffic. An operational approach is then proposed to solve the corresponding optimization problem.
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Dragos Stoica. Analyse, representation et optimisation de la circulation des avions sur une plate-forme aeroportuaire. Automatique / Robotique. Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - INPT, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00009323⟩

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