Asymmetric path-relinking based heuristics for large-scale job scheduling problem in TDRSS

@article{Lin2014AsymmetricPB,
  title={Asymmetric path-relinking based heuristics for large-scale job scheduling problem in TDRSS},
  author={Peng Lin and Linling Kuang and Xiang Chen and Jian Yan and Jianhua Lu and Xiaojuan Wang},
  journal={9th International Conference on Communications and Networking in China},
  year={2014},
  pages={115-121}
}
In the busy-day scheduling scenario for tracking and data relay satellite system (TDRSS) provided by NASA, there are generally more than 400 jobs to be scheduled over two TDRSs, which builds up a large-scale job scheduling problem (LJSP) on multiple parallel machines. Since the global optima of such a LJSP can only be obtained with Non-deterministic Polynomial (NP) complexity, some classical heuristic algorithms, e.g., the GRASP, are often used to approach local optima with lower efficiency. In… CONTINUE READING
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