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Jun Zhao
Jun Zhao
School of Transportation and Logistics, Southwest Jiaotong University
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Improved approaches to the network design problem in regional hazardous waste management systems
J Zhao, L Huang, DH Lee, Q Peng
Transportation Research Part E: logistics and transportation review 88, 52-75, 2016
762016
A rolling horizon approach to the high speed train rescheduling problem in case of a partial segment blockage
S Zhan, LG Kroon, J Zhao, Q Peng
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 95, 32-61, 2016
752016
A column generation based approach for the train network design optimization problem
JG Jin, J Zhao, DH Lee
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 50, 1-17, 2013
322013
One-block train formation in large-scale railway networks: An exact model and a tree-based decomposition algorithm
C Chen, T Dollevoet, J Zhao
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 118, 1-30, 2018
142018
A rolling horizon-based decomposition algorithm for the railway network train timetabling problem
Q Peng, J Zhao, C Wen
International Journal of Rail Transportation 1 (3), 129-160, 2013
102013
Train service design in an urban rail transit line incorporating multiple service routes and multiple train compositions
Z Li, J Zhao, Q Peng
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 123, 102959, 2021
82021
Modeling typical driving patterns in target trajectory decisions for vehicles traversing roads with complex shapes
J Xu, J Zhao, K Yang, Y Shao
Simulation 92 (7), 669-686, 2016
82016
Simultaneous node and link districting in transportation networks: Model, algorithms and railway application
D Wang, J Zhao, A D’Ariano, Q Peng
European Journal of Operational Research 292 (1), 73-94, 2021
72021
Integrated rolling stock deadhead routing and timetabling in urban rail transit lines
D Wang, A D’Ariano, J Zhao, Q Zhong, Q Peng
European Journal of Operational Research 298 (2), 526-559, 2022
62022
Optimizing the train dispatcher desk districting problem in high-speed railway network
J Zhao, D Wang, Q Peng
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
42018
Train Rescheduling Incorporating Coupling Strategy in High-speed Railway under Complete Segment Blockage
D Wang, J Zhao, L Lu, Q Peng
RailNorrk÷ping 2019. 8th International Conference on Railway Operationsá…, 2019
2*2019
Optimal train service design in urban rail transit line with considerations of short-turn service and train size
Z Li, J Zhao, Q Peng
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Railway Operationsá…, 2019
12019
Modeling drivers’ speed choice on roads with complex shapes based on the curvature of the preview trajectory
J Xu, J Zhao, Y Shao
Simulation 94 (10), 911-930, 2018
12018
Train Combination Optimization at Marshalling Station in the Loading End of a Heavy Haul Railway
D Wang, J Zhao, Q Peng
Transportation Research Board 96th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2017
12017
Rolling Stock Deadhead Routing Problem Before Operation Period of an Urban Rail Transit Line
J Zhao, Q Zhong, C Wen, Q Peng
Transportation Research Board 96th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2017
12017
Loaded train combination problem at marshalling station in heavy haul railways
D Wang, J Zhao, Q Peng
14th International Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transport, CASPTá…, 2018
2018
Train dispatcher desk districting problem in high-speed railway network
J Zhao, D Wang, Q Peng
14th International Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transport, CASPTá…, 2018
2018
Multi-objective Transfer Station Location Problem for Rail–Road Intermodal Transportation of Hazardous Materials
L Huang, J Zhao
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
2018
Real-time high speed train rescheduling in case of a partial segment blockage
S Zhan, J Zhao, Q Peng
13th Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transport, CASPT 2015, 2015
2015
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