Malgorzata Sterna

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The paper concerns the application of a non-classical performance measure, a late work criterion (Y, Y w), to scheduling problems. It estimates the quality of the obtained solution with regard to the duration of the late parts of tasks not taking into account the quantity of this delay. The paper provides the formal definition of the late work parameter,(More)
The paper is on the two-machine non-preemptive flow-shop scheduling problem with a total weighted late work criterion and a common due date (F 2jd i ¼ djY w). The late work performance measure estimates the quality of the obtained solution with regard to the duration of late parts of tasks not taking into account the quantity of this delay. We prove the(More)
In this paper, metaheuristic approaches for the two-machine flow shop problem with a common due date and the weighted late work performance measure (F2|d j =d|Y w) are presented. The late work criterion estimates the quality of a solution with regard to the duration of the late parts of jobs, not taking into account the quantity of the delay for the fully(More)