English, Article edition: APPLICATION OF ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS IN MULTI-OBJECTIVE MIXED INTEGER PROGRAMMING FOR AIRLIFT CAPACITY PLANNING BARRY STANNARD; SAJJAD ZAHIR; EARL S. ROSENBLOOM

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  • APPLICATION OF ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS IN MULTI-OBJECTIVE MIXED INTEGER PROGRAMMING FOR AIRLIFT CAPACITY PLANNING
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  • BARRY STANNARD
  • SAJJAD ZAHIR
  • EARL S. ROSENBLOOM
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  • The analytic hierarchy process is combined with multi-objective mixed integer programming to determine the optimal allocation of a limited number of aircraft among a group of airlift users with varying levels of priority and length of usage. Canadian Forces airlift planners typically encounter such a capacity planning problem. The solution to this problem requires the constrained assignment of n variable length missions (tasks) integrating hundreds of airlift requests from several users with many priorities to m airframes (parallel machines).
  • Decision model, AHP, scheduling, sequencing, capacity planning, multi-objective linear programming, mixed integer programming
  • RePEc:wsi:apjorx:v:23:y:2006:i:01:p:61-76
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