Resource-constrained multi-project scheduling : Priority rule performance revisited

@inproceedings{Browning2010ResourceconstrainedMS,
  title={Resource-constrained multi-project scheduling : Priority rule performance revisited},
  author={Tyson R. Browning and Ali A. Yassine},
  year={2010}
}
Managers of multiple projects with overly constrained resources face difficult decisions in how to allocate resources to minimize the average delay per project or the time to complete the whole set of projects. We address the static resource-constrained multi-project scheduling problem (RCMPSP) with two lateness objectives, project lateness and portfolio lateness. In this context, past research has reported conflicting results on the performance of activity priority rule heuristics and does not… CONTINUE READING
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