Evaluation of an Auction Mechanism for Allocating Airport Arrival Slots. Eric J. Cholankeril William Hall John-Paul Clarke June 5, 2003. Agenda. Motivation Background on Auctions, Airline Recovery Three Methods of Slot Allocation Collaborative Decision Making Global Optimization
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Evaluation of an Auction Mechanism for Allocating Airport Arrival Slots
Eric J. Cholankeril
June 5, 2003
Slot Allocation Methods to Compare
for assigned routes
for cancelled flights
What happens if A is assigned (1,2,3,4,5) and B is assigned (6,7,8,11)? 9 and 10 are cancelled, but neither depart from nor arrive at LAX!
-> Combine flights that neither depart from nor arrive at GDP airport into “subroutes”
More reducible delay captured in longer, more severe GDPs
It is unclear whether a single airline benefits from being more cautious. Results display a high degree of randomness.
Increasing the number of cautious airlines seems to increase total delay.
Increasing the number of predictive airlines seems to increase total delay, but results also display a great deal of randomness.
Time to “slot” routes, generate route delays, and solve IP