LinTim is a scientific software toolbox that has been under development since 2007, giving the possibility to solve the various planning steps in public transportation. Although the name originally derives from ”Lineplanning and Timetabling”, the available functions have grown far beyond this scope.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 6 articles )
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- Harbering, Jonas: Delay resistant line planning with a view towards passenger transfers (2017)
- Schmidt, Marie; Schöbel, Anita: Timetabling with passenger routing (2015)
- Goerigk, Marc; Schöbel, Anita: Recovery-to-optimality: a new two-stage approach to robustness with an application to aperiodic timetabling (2014)
- Goerigk, Marc: Algorithms and concepts for robust optimization (2013)
- Siebert, Michael; Goerigk, Marc: An experimental comparison of periodic timetabling models (2013)
- Schöbel, Anita: Line planning in public transportation: models and methods (2012)