Dynamic scheduling of manufacturing systems using machine learning: An updated review

@article{Priore2014DynamicSO,
  title={Dynamic scheduling of manufacturing systems using machine learning: An updated review},
  author={Paolo Priore and Alberto Gomez and Ra{\'u}l Pino and Rafael Rosillo},
  journal={AI EDAM},
  year={2014},
  volume={28},
  pages={83-97}
}
A common way of dynamically scheduling jobs in a manufacturing system is by implementing dispatching rules. The issues with this method are that the performance of these rules depends on the state the system is in at each moment and also that no “ideal” single rule exists for all the possible states that the system may be in. Therefore, it would be interesting to use the most appropriate dispatching rule for each instance. To achieve this goal, a scheduling approach that uses machine learning… CONTINUE READING

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