Scheduling: theory, algorithms, and systems

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 586 pages
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This comprehensive book focuses on the theory and applications of scheduling. Applications are primarily drawn from production and manufacturing environments, but state principles relevant to other settings as well. Includes numerous worked out examples, Deterministic Models, Stochastic Models, Applications, and more. For anyone interested in scheduling, project management, production planning, and inventory control.

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Contents

Preliminaries
13
Single Machine Models Deterministic
33
MORE ADVANCED SINGLE MACHINE MODELS
62
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Michael Pinedo" is a research professor with the Stern School of Business, New York University. His research interests lie in the theoretical and applied aspects of scheduling. He has written numerous papers on the theory of deterministic and stochastic scheduling. He has also consulted extensively in industry and has been actively involved in the development of several large industrial scheduling systems.

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