Stefan Katzensteiner

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This paper presents a new model for project portfolio selection, paying specific attention to competence development. The model seeks to maximize a weighted average of economic gains from projects and strategic gains from the increment of desirable competencies. As a sub-problem, scheduling and staff assignment for a candidate set of selected projects must(More)
In this work we consider a real-world scheduling problem of the metal-working industry. The production process consists of several steps, which can be grouped in two stages. The first stage is arranged as an assembly line, where the raw material will be transformed into a semifinished product. Except of major changes of the product type, the process runs(More)
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