Investigating two-machine dynamic flow shops based on queueing and scheduling
- D. Terekhov, T. T. Tran, J. Beck
- Proceedings of ICAPS’10 Workshop on Planning and…
Within the scheduling community, there has recently been an increasing interest in modelling and solving of scheduling problems in dynamic and uncertain environments. Such research does not utilize the developments of queueing theory, an area that has examined problems of similar nature. This paper is initial work towards the goal of integrating queueing theory and scheduling. Specifically, by combining concepts and problem settings from queueing theory and scheduling, we obtain new insights about dynamic scheduling.