Project Scheduling with Time Windows and Scarce Resources : Temporal and Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling with Regular and Nonregular Objective Functions

Main Authors: Neumann, Klaus, Schwindt, Christoph (Author), Zimmermann, Jürgen (Author)
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:2nd ed. 2003
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a 1 Temporal Project Scheduling -- 1.1 Minimum and maximum time lags -- 1.2 Activity-on-node project networks -- 1.3 Temporal project scheduling computations -- 1.4 Orders in the set of activities -- 2 Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling — Minimization of Project Duration -- 2.1 Formulation of the problem -- 2.2 Cycle structures in activity-on-node project networks -- 2.3 Properties of the feasible region -- 2.4 Different types of shifts and sets of schedules -- 2.5 Branch-and-bound and truncated branch-and-bound methods -- 2.6 Priority-rule methods -- 2.7 Schedule-improvement procedures -- 2.8 Experimental performance analysis -- 2.9 Application to make-to-order production in manufacturing industry -- 2.10 Regular objective functions different from project duration -- 2.11 Calendarization -- 2.12 Project scheduling with cumulative resources -- 2.13 Project scheduling with synchronizing resources -- 2.14 Project scheduling with sequence-dependent changeover times -- 2.15 Multi-mode project scheduling problems -- 2.16 Application to batch production in process industries -- 3 Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling — Minimization of General Objective Functions -- 3.1 Different objective functions -- 3.2 Additional types of shifts and sets of schedules -- 3.3 Classification of objective functions -- 3.4 Time complexity of time-constrained project scheduling -- 3.5 Relaxation-based approach for function classes 1 to 5 -- 3.6 Tree-based approach for function classes 6 and 7 -- 3.7 Priority-rule methods -- 3.8 Schedule-improvement procedures -- 3.9 Application to investment projects -- 3.10 Hierarchical project planning -- References -- List of Symbols -- Three-Field Classification for Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling 
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