2 Combinatorial Models for Multi-agent Scheduling Problems

  title={2 Combinatorial Models for Multi-agent Scheduling Problems},
  author={Alessandro Agnetis and Dario Pacciarelli and Andrea Pacifici},
Scheduling models deal with the best way of carrying out a set of jobs on given processing resources. Typically, the jobs belong to a single decision maker, who wants to find the most profitable way of organizing and exploiting available resources, and a single objective function is specified. If different objectives are present, there can be multiple objective functions, but still the models refer to a centralized framework, in which a single decision maker, given data on the jobs and the… CONTINUE READING
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