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In diesem Kapitel werden Container-Terminals (CT) vorgestellt, die den Untersuchungsgegenstand dieser Arbeit bilden. Es erfolgt zunächst eine Darstellung grundlegender Strukturen eines Terminals, zusammen mit einer detaillierten Prozessbeschreibung und Definition der relevanten Begrifflichkeiten. Dieser Beschreibung folgt eine umfassende Darstellung bestehender Modelle und Methoden zur Planung von Entscheidungsproblemen in Container-Terminals.

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