Harbour Expansion and Harbour Congestion Charges. An Application of Nonlinear Programming

Harbour Expansion and Harbour Congestion Charges. An Application of Nonlinear Programming

The authors present a model based on nonlinear programming techniques to plan future expansion in the congested harbours of Taiwan. The aim is to secure optimal flows of goods through the harbours, and to consider the interests of the various inland regions.

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