Heuristic Scheduling Systems. With Applications to Production Systems and Project Management. Wiley Series in Engineering and Technology Management

  • ID: 2215248
  • Book
  • 720 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Reflects exact and heuristic methods of scheduling techniques suitable for creating customized sequencing and scheduling systems for flexible manufacturing, project management, group and cellular manufacturing operations. Summarizes complex computational studies demonstrating how they work in practice. Contains new theories and techniques developed by the author. Includes a software disk to reinforce and practice the methods described.
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Partial table of contents:

PRELIMINARIES.

Approaches to Scheduling.

Book Summary.

ONE-MACHINE PROBLEMS.

Single Machine: Foundations.

Mathematical Solution Methods: New Directions.

Single Machine: Timing.

MULTI-MACHINE PROBLEMS.

Embedded Problems.

Parallel Machines/Batch Machines.

Shop Routing.

FLOW SHOPS AND JOB SHOPS.

Scheduling Flow Shops: Makespan.

Scheduling Job Shops: Basic Methods.

PROJECT SCHEDULING AND MANAGEMENT.

Network Project Scheduling.

Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling.

OTHER ISSUES.

Model Extensions.

Planning, Scheduling, and Control.

Appendices.

Index.
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Thomas Morton
David W. Pentico
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