Fuzzy scheduling: Modelling flexible constraints vs. coping with incomplete knowledge

@article{Dubois2003FuzzySM,
  title={Fuzzy scheduling: Modelling flexible constraints vs. coping with incomplete knowledge},
  author={Didier Dubois and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Fargier and Philippe Fortemps},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={147},
  pages={231-252}
}
An overview of some fuzzy set-based approaches to scheduling is proposed, emphasizing two distinct uses of fuzzy sets: representing preference profiles and modelling uncertainty distributions. The first setting leads to a valued, noncompensatory generalization of constraint-directed scheduling. The other setting yields a possibility-theoretic counterpart of PERT, where probability distributions of activity durations are changed into possibility distributions, for the purpose of modelling… CONTINUE READING
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