Analytical models to predict the performance of a single-machine system under periodic and event-driven rescheduling strategies

@inproceedings{Vieira2000AnalyticalMT,
  title={Analytical models to predict the performance of a single-machine system under periodic and event-driven rescheduling strategies},
  author={Guilherme E. Vieira and J. W. Herrmann and Edward Lin},
  year={2000}
}
This article presents initial results in the search for analytical models that can predict the performance of one-machine systems under periodic and event-driven rescheduling strategies in an environment where different job types arrive dynamically for processing and set-up must incur when production changes from one product type to another. The scheduling algorithm considered uses a first-in firstout dispatching rule to sequence jobs and it also groups jobs with similar types to save set-up… CONTINUE READING

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