Combining Neighbourhoods in Fuzzy Job Shop Problems

@inproceedings{Puente2011CombiningNI,
  title={Combining Neighbourhoods in Fuzzy Job Shop Problems},
  author={Jorge Puente and Camino R. Vela and In{\'e}s Gonz{\'a}lez Rodr{\'i}guez},
  booktitle={CAEPIA},
  year={2011}
}
In the sequel, we propose a new neighbourhood structure for local search for the fuzzy job shop scheduling problem, which is a variant of the well-known job shop problem, where uncertain durations are modelled as fuzzy numbers and the objective is to minimise the expected makespan of the resulting schedule. The new neighbourhood structure is based on changing the position of a task in a critical block. We provide feasibility conditions and a makespan estimate which allows to select only… 
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