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Title: A Lower Bound for Minimizing the Total Completion Time of a Three-agent Scheduling Problem
Authors: Yau-Ren Shiau
Wen-Chiung Lee
Yu-Sheng Kung
Jen-Ya Wang
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋文創設計產業學士學位學程
Keywords: Discrete optimization
Job scheduling
Multiple agents
Maintenance activity
Branch-and-bound algorithm
Date: 2016-01
Issue Date: 2018-11-22T08:20:11Z
Publisher: Information Sciences
Abstract: Abstract: In the field of job scheduling, multi-agent issues have been studied for many years. Most of researchers focused their attention only on two agents. However, there are more than two agents in the real-world scheduling problems. In this study, we consider a single-machine multi-agent scheduling problem with release time and maintenance activity. The objective is to minimize the first agent's total completion time given that the tardiness of jobs from the second agent does not exceed a limit and the maintenance activity from the third agent must be conducted within a specified time interval, i.e., maintenance window. A lower bound is proposed to accelerate the branch-and-bound algorithm. Computational experiments show the proposed lower bound performs well. The improvement ratio even reaches 1789%.
Relation: 340-341 pp.305-320
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51330
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