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The Resource Just-in-time scheduling : models and algorithms for computer and manufacturing systems, edited by Joanna Józefowska, (electronic resource)

Just-in-time scheduling : models and algorithms for computer and manufacturing systems, edited by Joanna Józefowska, (electronic resource)

Label
Just-in-time scheduling : models and algorithms for computer and manufacturing systems
Title
Just-in-time scheduling
Title remainder
models and algorithms for computer and manufacturing systems
Statement of responsibility
edited by Joanna Józefowska
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
658.53
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Józefowska, Joanna
Series statement
International series in operations research & management science
Series volume
106
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Production scheduling
  • Just-in-time systems
  • Business logistics
Label
Just-in-time scheduling : models and algorithms for computer and manufacturing systems, edited by Joanna Józefowska, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [235]-251) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 1. Just-in-time concept in manufacturing and computer systems -- 1.1. Manufacturing systems -- 1.1.1. Production planning and control -- 1.1.2. Just-in-time systems -- 1.1.3. Balanced schedules -- 1.1.4. Earliness and tardiness cost -- 1.2. Computer systems -- 1.2.1. Real-time systems -- 1.2.2. Hard real-time systems -- 1.2.3. Soft real-time systems -- 2. Methodological background -- 2.1. Deterministic scheduling theory -- 2.1.1. Basic definitions -- 2.1.2. Earliness and tardiness cost functions -- 2.1.3. Scheduling algorithms and computational complexity -- 2.2. The Theory of Apportionment -- 2.2.1. Problem formulation -- 2.2.2. Divisor methods -- 2.2.3. Staying within the quota -- 2.2.4. Impossibility Theorem -- 3. Common due date -- 3.1. Linear cost functions -- 3.1.1. Mean Absolute Deviation -- 3.1.2. Weighted Sum of Absolute Deviations -- 3.1.3. Symmetric weights -- 3.1.4. Total Weighted Earliness and Tardiness -- 3.1.5. Controllable due date -- 3.1.6. Controllable processing times -- 3.1.7. Resource dependent ready times -- 3.1.8. Common due window -- 3.2. Quadratic cost function -- 3.2.1. Completion Time Variance -- 3.2.2. Restricted MSD problem -- 3.2.3. Other models -- 4. Individual due dates -- 4.1. Schedules with idle time -- 4.1.1. Arbitrary weights -- 4.1.2. Proportional weights -- 4.1.3. Mean absolute lateness -- 4.1.4. Maximizing the number of just-in-time tasks -- 4.1.5. Minimizing the maximum earliness/tardiness cost -- 4.1.6. Scheduling with additional resources -- 4.1.7. Other models -- 4.2. Schedules without idle time -- 4.2.1. Arbitrary weights -- 4.2.2. Task independent weights -- 4.3. Controllable due dates -- 4.3.1. TWK due date model -- 4.3.2. SLK due date model -- 4.3.3. Scheduling with batch setup times -- 5. Algorithms for schedule balancing
  • 5.1. The multi-level scheduling problem -- 5.1.1. Problem formulation -- 5.1.2. Minimizing the maximum deviation -- 5.1.3. Minimizing the total deviation -- 5.2. The single-level scheduling problem -- 5.2.1. Problem formulation -- 5.2.2. Minimizing the maximum deviation -- 5.2.3. Minimizing the total deviation -- 5.2.4. Cyclic sequences -- 5.2.5. Transformation of the PRV problem to the apportionment problem -- 5.3. Scheduling periodic tasks -- 5.3.1. Problem formulation -- 5.3.2. Scheduling algorithms -- 5.3.3. Properties of feasible schedules
Control code
ocn187108988
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 255 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780387717173
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)187108988
Label
Just-in-time scheduling : models and algorithms for computer and manufacturing systems, edited by Joanna Józefowska, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [235]-251) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 1. Just-in-time concept in manufacturing and computer systems -- 1.1. Manufacturing systems -- 1.1.1. Production planning and control -- 1.1.2. Just-in-time systems -- 1.1.3. Balanced schedules -- 1.1.4. Earliness and tardiness cost -- 1.2. Computer systems -- 1.2.1. Real-time systems -- 1.2.2. Hard real-time systems -- 1.2.3. Soft real-time systems -- 2. Methodological background -- 2.1. Deterministic scheduling theory -- 2.1.1. Basic definitions -- 2.1.2. Earliness and tardiness cost functions -- 2.1.3. Scheduling algorithms and computational complexity -- 2.2. The Theory of Apportionment -- 2.2.1. Problem formulation -- 2.2.2. Divisor methods -- 2.2.3. Staying within the quota -- 2.2.4. Impossibility Theorem -- 3. Common due date -- 3.1. Linear cost functions -- 3.1.1. Mean Absolute Deviation -- 3.1.2. Weighted Sum of Absolute Deviations -- 3.1.3. Symmetric weights -- 3.1.4. Total Weighted Earliness and Tardiness -- 3.1.5. Controllable due date -- 3.1.6. Controllable processing times -- 3.1.7. Resource dependent ready times -- 3.1.8. Common due window -- 3.2. Quadratic cost function -- 3.2.1. Completion Time Variance -- 3.2.2. Restricted MSD problem -- 3.2.3. Other models -- 4. Individual due dates -- 4.1. Schedules with idle time -- 4.1.1. Arbitrary weights -- 4.1.2. Proportional weights -- 4.1.3. Mean absolute lateness -- 4.1.4. Maximizing the number of just-in-time tasks -- 4.1.5. Minimizing the maximum earliness/tardiness cost -- 4.1.6. Scheduling with additional resources -- 4.1.7. Other models -- 4.2. Schedules without idle time -- 4.2.1. Arbitrary weights -- 4.2.2. Task independent weights -- 4.3. Controllable due dates -- 4.3.1. TWK due date model -- 4.3.2. SLK due date model -- 4.3.3. Scheduling with batch setup times -- 5. Algorithms for schedule balancing
  • 5.1. The multi-level scheduling problem -- 5.1.1. Problem formulation -- 5.1.2. Minimizing the maximum deviation -- 5.1.3. Minimizing the total deviation -- 5.2. The single-level scheduling problem -- 5.2.1. Problem formulation -- 5.2.2. Minimizing the maximum deviation -- 5.2.3. Minimizing the total deviation -- 5.2.4. Cyclic sequences -- 5.2.5. Transformation of the PRV problem to the apportionment problem -- 5.3. Scheduling periodic tasks -- 5.3.1. Problem formulation -- 5.3.2. Scheduling algorithms -- 5.3.3. Properties of feasible schedules
Control code
ocn187108988
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 255 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780387717173
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)187108988

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