Proposal for Software Solution for Optimising the Staff of Train Rostering
AbstractThe paper deals with all the resources and factors that determineor influence to any extent the technological process ofstaff of train rostering. The Timetable, Train Traction andTraction Vehicle Maintenance Sector and the legal regulationsstipulate the basic parameters for rostering and these are explained.The paper also analyses the contents and the methodof producing the rostering plan which shows all the practicaldrawbacks and the limiting factors that influence significantlythe possibility of corrections in order to improve the utilisationlevel of the staff of train. A model has been developed with thepresentation of the factors that influence the staff of train rostering.The paper also shows the project of a software solutionfor the staff of train rostering with the defined and explainedClipper program.
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