On the Job Shop Scheduling Problem


Publication Date: May 1959

Pages: 7


This is a proposal for the application of discrete linear programming to the typical job shop scheduling problem — one that involves both sequencing restrictions and also non-interference constraints for individual pieces of equipment. Thus far, no attempt has been made to establish the computational feasibility of the approach in the case of large-scale realistic problems. This formulation seems, however, to involve considerably fewer variables than two other recent proposals and on these grounds may be worth some computer experimentation.

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