Agile earth observation satellite scheduling: An orienteering problem with time-dependent profits and travel times

Computers & Operations Research, Volume 111, November 2019, Pages 84-98

Author(s):

Guansheng Peng

College of System Engineering, National University of Defense Technology

Reginald Dewil

VU Amsterdam, School of Business and Economics

Cédric Verbeeck

EDHEC Business School

Aldy Gunawan

School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University

Lining Xing

College of System Engineering, National University of Defense Technology

Pieter Vansteenwegen

KU Leuven Mobility Research Center - CIB

Computers & Operations Research, Volume 111, November 2019, Pages 84-98

Type: Academic publication
Date: le 01/11/2019
Source : Computers & Operations Research

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