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We consider single machine scheduling problems with a non-renewable resource. This type of problems has not been intensively investigated in the literature so far. For several problems of this type with standard objective functions (namely the minimization of makespan, total tardiness, number of tardy jobs, total completion time and maximum lateness), we… (More)

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We consider a Project Investment problem, where a set of projects and an overall budget are given. For each project, a profit function is known which describes the profit obtained if a specific amount is invested in this project. The objective is to determine the amount invested in each project such that the overall budget is not exceeded and the total… (More)

In this paper, we consider the well-known resource-constrained project scheduling problem. We give some arguments that already a special case of this problem with a single type of resources is not approximable in polynomial time with an approximation ratio bounded by a constant. We prove that there exist instances for which the optimal makespan values for… (More)

For five single machine total tardiness problems a fully polynomial-time approximation scheme (FPTAS) based on a graphical algorithm is presented. The FPTAS has the best running time among the known approximation schemes for these problems.

We consider the problem of maximizing total tardiness on a single machine, where the first job starts at time zero and idle times between the processing of jobs are not allowed. We present a modification of an exact pseudo-polynomial algorithm based on a graphical approach, which has a polynomial running time. This result settles the complexity status of… (More)