A Note on the Single Leg,Multifare Seat Allocation Problem

Li, Michael Z. F.; Oum, Tae H.
August 2002
Transportation Science;Aug2002, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p349
Academic Journal
In this note, we attempt to prove the equivalence of the optimality conditions from three well-known existing models that deal with the seat allocation problem for a single leg, multifare flight with independent fare class demands.


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