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An up-to-date and comprehensive treatment of the fundamentals of scheduling theory, including recent advances and state-of-the-art topics Principles of Sequencing and Scheduling strikes a unique balance between theory and practice, providing an accessible introduction to the concepts, methods, and results of scheduling theory and its core topics. With real-world examples and up-to-date modeling techniques, the book equips readers with the basic knowledge needed for understanding scheduling theory and delving into its applications. The authors begin with an introduction and overview of sequencing and scheduling, including single-machine sequencing, optimization and heuristic solution methods, and models with earliness and tardiness penalties. The most current material on stochastic scheduling, including correct scheduling of safety time and the use of simulation for optimization, is then presented and integrated with deterministic models. Additional topical coverage includes: * Extensions of the basic model* Parallel-machine models* Flow shop scheduling* Scheduling groups of jobs* The job shop problem* Simulation models for the dynamic job shop* Network methods for project scheduling* Resource-constrained project scheduling* Stochastic and safe scheduling Extensive end-of-chapter exercises are provided, some of which are spreadsheet-oriented, and link scheduling theory to the most popular analytic platform among today's students and practitioners-the Microsoft Office Excel(r) spreadsheet. Extensive references direct readers to additional literature, and the book's related Web site houses material that reinforces the book's concepts, including research notes, data sets, and examples from the text. Principles of Sequencing and Scheduling is an excellent book for courses on sequencing and scheduling at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. It is also a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners in the fields of statistics, computer science, operations research, and engineering.

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Kenneth R. Baker, PhD, is Nathaniel Leverone Professor of Management at Dartmouth College. A Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), Dr. Baker has published extensively in his areas of research interest, which include mathematical modeling, spreadsheet engineering, and scheduling. He is the coauthor of Management Science: The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets, Second Edition, also published by Wiley. Dan Trietsch, PhD, is Professor of Industrial Engineering at the American University of Armenia. He has authored over thirty journal articles on topics such as network design, statistical quality control, and various aspects of scheduling.

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Descripción Wiley, 2009. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Introduction.1.1. Introduction to Sequencing and Scheduling.1.2. Scheduling Theory.1.3. Philosophy and Coverage of the Book.2. Single-Machine Sequencing.2.1. Introduction.2.2. Preliminaries.2.3. Problems without Due Dates: Elementary Results.2.3.1 Flowtime and Inventory.2.3.2 Minimizing Total Flowtime.2.3.3 Minimizing Total Weighted Flowtime.2.4. Problems with Due Dates: Elementary Results.2.4.1 Lateness Criteria.2.4.2 Minimizing the Number of Tardy Jobs.2.4.3 Minimizing Total Tardiness.2.4.4 Due Dates as Decisions.2.5. Summary.3. Optimization Methods for the Single-Machine Problem.3.1. Introduction.3.2. Adjacent Pairwise Interchange Methods.3.3. A Dynamic Programming Approach.3.4. Dominance Properties.3.5. A Branch and Bound Approach.3.6. Summary.4. Heuristic Methods for the Single-Machine Problem.4.1. Introduction.4.2. Dispatching and Construction Procedures.4.3. Random Sampling.4.4. Neighborhood Search Techniques.4.5. Tabu Search.4.6. Simulated Annealing.4.7. Genetic Algorithms.4.8. The Evolutionary Solver.4.9. Summary.5. Earliness and Tardiness Costs.5.1. Introduction.5.2. Minimizing Deviations from a Common Due Date.5.2.1. Four Basic Results.5.2.2. Due Dates as Decisions.5.3. The Restricted Version.5.4. Asymmetric Earliness and Tardiness Costs.5.5. Quadratic Costs.5.6. Job-Dependent Costs.5.7. Distinct Due Dates.5.8. Summary.6. Sequencing for Stochastic Scheduling.6.1. Introduction.6.2. Basic Stochastic Counterpart Models.6.3. The Deterministic Counterpart .6.4. Minimizing the Maximum Cost .6.5. The Jensen Gap.6.6. Stochastic Dominance and Association.6.7. Using Risk Solver.6.8. Summary.7. Safe Scheduling.7.1. Introduction.7.2. Meeting Service-Level Targets.7.3. Trading Off Tightness and Tardiness.7.4. The Stochastic E/T Problem.7.5. Setting Release Dates.7.6. The Stochastic U-problem: A Service-Level Approach.7.7. The Stochastic U-problem: An Economic Approach.7.8. Summary.8. Extensions of the Basic Model.8.1. Introduction.8.2. Nonsimultaneous Arrivals.8.2.1. Minimizing the Makespan.8.2.2. Minimizing Maximum Tardiness.8.2.3. Other Measures of Performance.8.3. Related Jobs.8.3.1. Minimizing Maximum Tardiness.8.3.2. Minimizing Total Flowtime with Strings.8.3.3. Minimizing Total Flowtime with Parallel Chains.8.4. Sequence-Dependent Setup Times.8.4.1. Dynamic Programming Solutions.8.4.2. Branch and Bound Solutions.8.4.3. Heuristic Solutions.8.5. Stochastic Models with Sequence-Dependent Setup Times.8.5.1. Setting Tight Due Dates .8.5.2. Revisiting the Tightness-Tardiness Trade Off.8.6. Summary.9. Parallel-Machine Models.9.1. Introduction.9.2. Minimizing the Makespan.9.2.1. Nonpreemptable Jobs.9.2.2. Nonpreemptable Related Jobs.9.2.3. Preemptable Jobs.9.3. Minimizing Total Flowtime.9.4. Stochastic Mo. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0470391650

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