United Airlines c. Slides from Academia The textbook, Scheduling: Theory, Algorithms, and Systems, has been adopted by more than 20 instructors worldwide. A number of these instructors have developed elaborate websites and large number of power point transparencies and PDF slides. In this CD we have compiled the material developed by five of them, namely a. Julius Atlason University of Michigan ……… transparencies b. Johann Hurink Technical University of Twente ……..
Tim Nieberg University of Bonn ……………………. Uwe Schwiegelshohn University of Dortmund University of Michigan Professor Julius Atlason Course Title: Scheduling Course Description: The problem of scheduling several tasks over time, including the topics of measures of performance, single-machine sequencing, flow shop scheduling, the job shop problem, and priority dispatching. Integer programming, dynamic programming, and heuristic approaches to various problems are presented.
University of Twente Professor Johann Hurink Course Title: Scheduling Course Description: The term scheduling represents the assignment of resources over time to perform some tasks, jobs or activities. Feasible schedules are compared with respect to a given optimality criterion. Mostly, the optimization problem is combinatorial and very complex. From a computational point of view these problems are hard NP- hard and the classical techniques fail in practice. Therefore, the optimal solution is often approximated by heuristics.
SUNY at Buffalo Professor Rakesh Nagi Course Title: Scheduling Theory Course Description: The objective of this graduate level course is to expose participants to basic scheduling theory results, and in a participatory setting, enable them to discuss and creatively synthesize these ideas to research projects of choice. It blends quantitative and qualitative material, from multiple disciplines of industrial and management engineering. The course will be conducted in a beneficial cooperative learning setting. Lectures, group discussions, research projects and participant presentations will constitute this course.
The following topics will be covered. University of Dortmund Professor Uwe Schwiegelshohn e. From a computational point of view these problems are hard NP-hard and the classical techniques fail in practice. Therefore, an optimal solution is often approximated.
University of Leeds Professor Natalia Shakhlevich Course Title: Scheduling: Models and Algorithms Course Description: On completion of this module, students should: understand the general concepts of scheduling theory, have an appreciation of a variety of techniques and approaches, be able to apply basic scheduling algorithms to solve a wide range of problems, have some experience of using scheduling software, understand the importance of algorithm analysis.
Syllabus: Scheduling applications and terminology. Exact and approximation algorithms for single-stage processing systems single machine, parallel machines and multi-stage systems flow shop, open shop, job shop.
General scheduling techniques: dispatching rules, branch and bound algorithm, beam search, shifted bottleneck procedure. Local search methods: iterative improvement, threshold acceptance, simulated annealing, tabu search, genetic algorithms. Computational complexity, algorithm analysis. Scheduling: Theory, Algorithms and Systems 2. Scheduling: Theory, Algorithms and Systems 3. Mini Cases: Asprova a. Yoko marked it as to-read Feb 23, Fang marked it as to-read May 07, Christian Overbey marked it as to-read Sep 21, Priamatic is currently reading it Jul 29, Maya marked it as to-read Dec 14, Brainx marked it as to-read Dec 25, Sakurai Sho marked it as to-read Mar 30, Aishu marked it as to-read Feb 08, Azaz marked it as to-read Mar 10, Allan Laal marked it as to-read Oct 22, Zvr added it May 17, Jean-Pascal Billaud marked it as to-read Dec 30, Homoionym added it Aug 18, Ben added it May 27, Will Klutch added it May 30, Kevin Lo marked it as to-read Jan 30, Forcetwin added it Mar 08, Daniel marked it as to-read Feb 10, Farzad marked it as to-read Feb 12, Steve Dalton marked it as to-read Dec 10, Sad Eyes marked it as to-read Apr 07, KNSR marked it as to-read Apr 23, Sourov Kabir marked it as to-read Aug 01, Topic Detection and Classification in Social Networks.
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