Applied Algorithmization in Optimization of Airport Processes Simulation Models

František Adamčík, Jozef Galanda, Radoslav Šulej, Martin Jezný

Abstract


The authors of this contribution are dealing with the potential of applied algorithmization as a methodology of improving efficiency and accelerating the process of designing as well as program implementation of simulation models for the purpose of computer-based modeling and simulation of airport processes. At this simulation, quality is built upon on a precisely defined model of airport processes are set forth by the authors as part of the process of designing a modern Departure Control System (DCS) of airports, which currently designated for automation of a complex management of processes in the field of passenger and baggage handling, the airports offer to individual air carriers. The resulting algorithms designed for the separate separate processes of the DCS will help the authors understand real processes taking place at the airport with the aim to optimize the course of actions at the airport operation. A precisely built model of airport processes is the prerequisite of proper implementation of the simulation, pointing out both the advantages and disadvantages of this models and their implementation in practice.

Keywords


Airport processes; Algorithmization; Departure Control System; Simulation; Simulation model

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