Volume 44, Number 2, April-June 2010
|Page(s)||107 - 118|
|Published online||27 April 2010|
Some scheduling problems with past sequence dependent setup times under the effects of nonlinear deterioration and time-dependent learning
Erciyes University, Engineering Faculty, Industrial Engineering Department, Kayseri, Turkey; email@example.com
2 Econometrics and Business Statistics, The University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia.
3 Gazi University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Industrial Engineering Department, Ankara, Turkey.
Accepted: 26 July 2009
This paper studies scheduling problems which include a combination of nonlinear job deterioration and a time-dependent learning effect. We use past sequence dependent (p-s-d) setup times, which is first introduced by Koulamas and Kyparisis [Eur. J. Oper. Res. 187 (2008) 1045–1049]. They considered a new form of setup times which depend on all already scheduled jobs from the current batch. Job deterioration and learning co-exist in various real life scheduling settings. By the effects of learning and deterioration, we mean that the processing time of a job is defined by increasing function of its execution start time and a function of the total normal processing time of jobs scheduled prior to it. The following objectives are considered: single machine makespan and sum of completion times (square) and the maximum lateness. For the single-machine case, we derive polynomial-time optimal solutions.
Mathematics Subject Classification: 90B35
Key words: Scheduling / single Machine / past sequence dependent (p-s-d) setup times / time-dependent learning effect / deterioration jobs
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