Scheduling: Theory, Algorithms, and Systems

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Springer, 2008 - Business & Economics - 671 pages
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This book on scheduling covers theoretical models as well as scheduling problems in the real world. Author Michael Pinedo also includes a CD that contains slide-shows from industry and movies dealing with implementations of scheduling systems.

The book consists of three parts. The first part focuses on deterministic scheduling with the associated combinatorial problems.

The second part covers probabilistic scheduling models. In this part it is assumed that processing times and other problem data are not known in advance. The third part deals with scheduling in practice. It covers heuristics that are popular with practitioners and discusses system design and development issues.

Each chapter contains a series of computational and theoretical exercises.

This book is of interest to theoreticians and practitioners alike. Graduate students in operations management, operations research, industrial engineering and computer science will find the book to be an accessible and invaluable resource. Scheduling will serve as an essential reference for professionals working on scheduling problems in manufacturing and computing environments.

Michael Pinedo is the Julius Schlesinger Professor of Operations Management at New York University.

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