Minimizing earliness–tardiness on a single burn-in oven with a common due date and maximum allowable tardiness constraint

@article{Mnch2006MinimizingEO,
  title={Minimizing earliness–tardiness on a single burn-in oven with a common due date and maximum allowable tardiness constraint},
  author={Lars M{\"o}nch and Robert Unbehaun and You In Choung},
  journal={OR Spectrum},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={177-198}
}
This paper considers a scheduling problem for a single burn-in oven in the semiconductor manufacturing industry where the oven is a batch processing machine with restricted capacity. The batch processing time is set by the longest processing time among those of all the jobs contained in the batch. All jobs are assumed to have the same due date. The objective is to minimize the sum of the absolute deviations of completion times from the due date (earliness–tardiness) of all jobs under the… 
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