Constraint Monitoring in TOSCA

Abstract

The Job-Shop Scheduling Problem (JSSP) deals with the allocation of resources over time to factory operations. Allocations are subject to various constraints (e.g., production precedence relationships, factory capacity constraints, and limits on the allowable number of machine setups) which must be satisfied for a schedule to be valid. The identification of constraint violations and the monitoring of constraint threats plays a vital role in schedule generation both in terms of (i) directing the scheduling process and (ii) informing scheduling decisions. This paper describes a general mechanism for identifying constraint violations and monitoring threats to the satisfaction of constraints throughout schedule generation.

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@inproceedings{Beck2002ConstraintMI, title={Constraint Monitoring in TOSCA}, author={Howard Beck}, year={2002} }