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Scheduling on a Fixed Number of Batching Machines

Scheduling on a Fixed Number of Batching Machines

Scheduling a Proportionate Flow Shop of Batching

2020-6-17  Abstract: In this paper we study a proportionate flow shop of batching machines with release dates and a fixed number $m \geq 2$ of machines. The scheduling problem has so far barely received any attention in the literature, but recently its importance has increased significantly, due to applications in the industrial scaling of modern bio-medicine production processes.

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Scheduling a proportionate flow shop of batching

2020-9-17  In this paper we study a proportionate flow shop of batching machines with release dates and a fixed number \(m \ge 2\) of machines. The scheduling problem

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Scheduling a Proportionate Flow Shop of Batching

2020-6-1  In this paper we study a proportionate flow shop of batching machines with release dates and a fixed number $m \geq 2$ of machines. The scheduling problem has so far barely received any attention in the literature, but recently its importance has increased significantly, due to applications in the industrial scaling of modern bio-medicine production processes.

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Optimal preemptive scheduling on a fixed number of ...

2005-3-1  In this paper, we consider the preemptive scheduling problem on a fixed number of identical parallel machines. We present a polynomial-time algorithm

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[PDF] Scheduling a batching machine Semantic Scholar

textabstractWe study the problem of scheduling a chain-reentrant shop, in which each job goes for its processing first to a machine called the primary machine, then to a number of other machines in a fixed sequence, and finally back to the primary machine for its last operation. The problem is to schedule the jobs so as to minimize the makespan.

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Scheduling a Proportionate Flow Shop of Batching

2020-9-25  Our research is motivated by planning the production process for individualized medicine. Among other results we present the first polynomial time algorithm to schedule a PFB for any fixed number of machines. We also study the online case where each job is unknown until its release date. We show that a simple scheduling rule is two-competitive.

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Optimal preemptive scheduling on a fixed number of ...

In this paper, we consider the preemptive scheduling problem on a fixed number of identical parallel machines. We present a polynomial-time algorithm for finding a minimal length schedule for an or...

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Scheduling a single semi-continuous batching

2008-12-1  The problem under consideration is different from the classical batching machine scheduling problems in following aspects: (1) the jobs in the same batch enter and leave the machine semi-continuously; (2) each job in the same batch has its own starting time and finishing time; (3) the batch processing time depends on not only the longest job but also the capacity of the batching machine and the number

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Production Scheduling Approaches for Operations

2015-9-8  A scheduling problem, typically, assumes a fixed number of jobs and each job has its own parameters (i.e., tasks, the necessary sequential constraints, the time estimates for each operation and the required resources, no cancellations). All scheduling approaches require some estimate of how long it takes to perform the work.

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Job Batching and Scheduling for Parallel Non-Identical ...

2009-8-30  batching and scheduling. Suppose we select a number of jobs out of a stock with jobs. These jobs are processed by a set of machines which are used to perform the same kind of processing on a number of jobs without preemption. Due dates are assigned to the jobs and between each of the jobs a fixed

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Optimal preemptive scheduling on a fixed number of ...

In this paper, we consider the preemptive scheduling problem on a fixed number of identical parallel machines. We present a polynomial-time algorithm for finding a minimal length schedule for an or...

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EVALUATION OF BATCHING STRATEGIES IN A MULTI

2004-9-17  Scheduling and dispatching of batching machines is ... ing and scheduling heuristics for batching tools with re-spect to minimize due-date oriented performance meas-ures in (Mönch and Habenicht 2003). This work ... Here, # lots is a fixed number that is a

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Scheduling parallel-batching processing machines

Therefore, the number of machines for scheduling 90 and 126 jobs is set to 5 and that of processing 180 and 270 jobs is set to 10. In this study, the processing time of job is represented by TFN. To fuzz a crisp number and generate a fuzzy processing time [ 29 ], p j M is set to be uniformly distributed in [8, 48].

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Scheduling a single machine with parallel batching to ...

2016-5-11  We consider the problem of scheduling a set of n jobs on a single machine with parallel batching and with rejection being allowed. Two bi-criteria problems are considered: (a) minimize the makespan subject to the constraint that the total rejection cost does not exceed a given threshold, and (b) minimize the total rejection cost subject to the constraint that the makespan does not exceed a ...

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Scheduling Problems with Two Competing Agents

2004-4-1  Two-agent scheduling on bounded parallel-batching machines with an aging effect of job-position-dependent 8 February 2019 Annals of Operations Research, Vol. 294, No. 1-2 Multitasking scheduling problems with two competitive agents

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Bicriteria Scheduling on a Single Batching Machine

2020-11-4  Bicriteria scheduling on a single batching machine with job transportation and deterioration considerations. Naval Research Logistics, 61(4), 269–285. Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar; Tang, LX and P Liu (2009). Two-machine flowshop scheduling problems involving a batching machine with transportation or deterioration consideration.

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Author's Accepted Manuscript of Rossi, A.; Puppato, A ...

2020-5-3  with the scheduling problem in a two-stage hybrid flow shop with parallel batching machines, but most include the limitation of parallel batching machines at the last stage only. Bellager and Oulamara (2009) considered the FP2B (m 1, m 2)p-batch (II)C max problem with a number of parallel batching machines at the second (II) stage only.

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Scheduling a No-Wait Flow Shop with Unbounded

Each job has to be processed by all the machines. All jobs visit the machines in the same order. A job completed on an upstream machine should immediately be transferred to the downstream machine. Batching machines can process several jobs simultaneously in a batch so that all jobs of the same batch start and complete together.

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Production Scheduling Approaches for Operations

2015-9-8  A scheduling problem, typically, assumes a fixed number of jobs and each job has its own parameters (i.e., tasks, the necessary sequential constraints, the time estimates for each operation and the required resources, no cancellations). All scheduling approaches require some estimate of how long it takes to perform the work.

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Scheduling a batching machine - EUR

Scheduling a batching machine Publication Publication. Operations Research p. 702- 712 We study the problem of scheduling a chain-reentrant shop, in which each job goes for its processing first to a machine called the primary machine, then to a number of other machines in a fixed sequence, and finally back to the primary machine for its last ...

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Scheduling a batching machine - CORE

Scheduling a batching machine . By M. (Michael) Wang, S. (Suresh) Sethi and S.L. (Steef) van de Velde. Abstract. We study the problem of scheduling a chain-reentrant shop, in which each job goes for its processing first to a machine called the primary machine, then to a number of other machines in a fixed sequence, and finally back to the ...

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EVALUATION OF BATCHING STRATEGIES IN A MULTI

2004-9-17  Scheduling and dispatching of batching machines is ... ing and scheduling heuristics for batching tools with re-spect to minimize due-date oriented performance meas-ures in (Mönch and Habenicht 2003). This work ... Here, # lots is a fixed number that is a

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Scheduling and Batching in Multi-Site Flexible Flow Shop ...

2020-2-11  Scheduling and Batching in Multi-Site Flexible Flow Shop Environments ... scale economies as the fixed costs are spread over a large numbers of items, while the minimal makespan would be achieved with the reduction of the batch sizes to minimize the ... variable number of parallel-machines. In the first model, the

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Scheduling parallel-batching processing machines

Therefore, the number of machines for scheduling 90 and 126 jobs is set to 5 and that of processing 180 and 270 jobs is set to 10. In this study, the processing time of job is represented by TFN. To fuzz a crisp number and generate a fuzzy processing time [ 29 ], p j M is set to be uniformly distributed in [8, 48].

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(PDF) A bicriteria flow-shop scheduling problem with

The first criterion is the number of batches to be minimized. This criterion reflects situations where processing of any batch induces a fixed ... A bicriteria flow-shop scheduling problem with two serial batching machines. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, 2010. Mohamed Aloulou. ... A bicriteria flow-shop scheduling problem with two ...

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Scheduling Problems with Two Competing Agents

2004-4-1  Two-agent scheduling on bounded parallel-batching machines with an aging effect of job-position-dependent 8 February 2019 Annals of Operations Research, Vol. 294, No. 1-2 Multitasking scheduling problems with two competitive agents

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Scheduling a No-Wait Flow Shop with Unbounded

Each job has to be processed by all the machines. All jobs visit the machines in the same order. A job completed on an upstream machine should immediately be transferred to the downstream machine. Batching machines can process several jobs simultaneously in a batch so that all jobs of the same batch start and complete together.

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Current trends in deterministic scheduling

2005-9-13  by a fixed number of machines with the objective minimizing the makespan. Simi-larly, P2jfixj∑wjCj denotes a 2-parallel-machine scheduling problem where each job can be processed simultaneously by a specific set of machines, and the objective is to

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(PDF) Flexible job shop scheduling problem with

Flexible job shop scheduling problem of jobs on a set of machines with the objective to minimize a max- imum completion time over all jobs (Cmax), subjected to the con- Researchers have addressed the FJSP mostly using heuristics. straint that each job has an ordered set of operations, each of Despite the fact that those heuristics may generate ...

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