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We use this logic to model examples from robotics, traffic management, and scheduling, discussing the effects of different modelling choices. ... In each of these approaches we consider the case where the mapping between states and time points is given by (i) a strict monotonic function and by (ii) a non-strict monotonic function (which allows multiple ... Multiprocessor Job-Shop Scheduling Our next example is a generalisation of the classical job-shop scheduling problem, called the Multiprocessor Job-shop Scheduling (MJS) problem [16, 27] . ...doi:10.1007/s10817-020-09541-4 fatcat:pqz4xkmztbcapm2gm32bq2kzrq
Looney (Reno, NV) 89j:68144 68T20 68Q25 90B35 Parrello, Bruce D. (1-NW); Kabat, Waldo C. (1-NW); Wos, L. (1-ANL) Job-shop scheduling using automated reasoning: a case study of the car-sequencing problem ... Reason. 2 (1986), no. 1, 1-42. Summary: “The ‘job-shop scheduling problem’ is known to be NP-complete. ...
ARENA is a simulation software that is used to calculate the industrial problems by creating a virtual shop floor environment. ... These cases are implemented to a real-time FMS problem and it is solved using ARENA simulation tool. ... The cars used are generally CNC machines due to its highly automated and flexible performance. ...doi:10.23956/ijermt.v6i6.254 fatcat:vunobgwytvcdng6xnnwdp72p5q
The Journal of the Operational Research Society
CAR WARS: The (almost) birth of an expert system. Al Exp 3: 60-64. Parello BD, Kabat WB and Wos L (1986). Job-shop scheduling using automated reasoning: A case study of the car-sequencing problem. ... Review and comparison of three methods for the solution of the car-sequencing problem. J Opl Res Soc 56: 1287-1295. Kis T (2004). On the complexity of the car sequencing problem. ...
The reasons originate from the software life cycle, cognitive models and on beliefs of the stakeholders. ... It is argued here that this situation is caused by a number of reasons, that that are almost impossible to eliminate. ... having difficulties to use it for a range of reasons. ...doi:10.4172/2165-7556.1000195 fatcat:bumqhhfjfzagvplcnm3i3ychru
To bridge the gap, this paper investigates an environment-aware production scheduling problem that arises from a typical paint shop in the automobile manufacturing industry. ... In the studied problem, an objective function is defined to minimize the emission of chemical pollutants caused by the cleaning of painting devices which must be performed each time before a color change ... Literature Review The Color-Batching Problem A line of research that is closely related to our study deals with the color-batching problem, which concerns the use of a buffer system to adjust the car ...doi:10.3390/ijerph15010032 pmid:29295603 pmcid:PMC5800132 fatcat:6ipo2hrhp5c25juetzynsvmjrm
International Journal of Innovation in Management, Economics and Social Sciences
Purpose: In this paper, an uninterrupted hybrid flow shop scheduling problem is modeled under uncertainty conditions. ... In the proposed model, there are several jobs that must be processed by machines in sequence. ... The study of scheduling has a history of over half a century. ...doi:10.52547/ijimes.1.1.94 fatcat:qpr5crn45zafhmzs7qdeuwgmtm
This paper considers a real problem in practice, namely a generalized job shop scheduling problem for a supplier for the automotive industry, which can be seen as typical for this line of business.The ... The job shop scheduling problem has received considerable attention from production and operations researchers since the early 1950s. ... Simulation experiments Test problems In the following we describe the real application of the job shop sequencing problem for a main supplier of the automative industry. ...doi:10.1016/s0925-5273(98)00229-1 fatcat:hquv3t6j3vbqhaoxwv6fiq5dgy
In this paper, a meta-heuristic method based on combining genetic and greedy algorithms has been used in order to optimize and evaluate the performance criteria of flexible job-shop scheduling problem. ... One of the most important problems that has always been considered in the manufacturing and job-shop industries is offering various products according to the needs of customers in different periods of ... In  , a case study was developed on the ability of genetic algorithms to solve the problem of the time-latency of job-shop manufacturing. ...doi:10.7494/csci.2021.22.4.4130 fatcat:f42llr3nxbe75fg3f6rvuwnwie
Sometimes a full container sits on the upper shelf (if I was shopping) or on the floor (if my wife was shopping). ... It would disappoint people they love, they might lose their job or face other severe threats to existence. In this case, keeping a secret is a necessity. ...doi:10.2200/s00261ed1v01y201003hci008 fatcat:4pwho2pcyvbvble4g7c4mei4ii
We provide a solution to the issues of how vehicles can be scheduled or routed to achieve a company's logistic objectives. ... Lastly, we discuss the facets of priority class scheduling in decision utility management and its advantages. ... For each police scheduling period, the police chief uses a data list of the police officers and estimates of the time for a police officer or police car to complete each job in the city, and what additional ...doi:10.14738/assrj.511.5614 fatcat:5gl6vrnozvcylhwbtlafhbiujq
The aim of the current research is to propose a new generation of automated guided vehicle systems for alleviating the collision states in material handling systems where the automated guided vehicles ... For this reason, some experiments have been carried out to study the effects of several empty vehicle dispatching rules on average annual profit. ... Kesen and Baykoc  studied the impact of JIT philosophy in a job shop environment using simulation method. However they did not consider costs and breakdowns. ...doi:10.1155/2011/210628 fatcat:ypwklazwwjde3cgb2nj6rckhr4
The specific framework was implemented, tested and validated in a feasibility study upon a laboratory robotic assembly cell with typical industrial components, using real data derived from a car-floor ... Production automation agents use ontology models that represent the knowledge in a manufacturing environment for control and configuration purposes. ... Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/jmmp4030095 doaj:7a8efdb779464c9c80a963eb8e0cf63c fatcat:skjoqwqjpjam5ioqecnjoimbzm
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In any case, it is our opinion that Petri nets appears as a key formalism to describe, analyze and implement the control of FMSs. ... From the control of the plant perspective, scheduling on nets models, the coordination of the plant (global and partial) and the presence of nets in the local control level are discussed. ... Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful for the helpful comments of R. David, J. Erschler, P. Freedman, J.C. Gentina, P. Muro, J.L. Villarroel, K. Voss and many other persons. 6 References. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-52494-0_38 fatcat:gn3nqq3q2rc2vm5bfk4iz7ursu
The scheduling of flow shops with multiple parallel machines per stage, usually referred to as the Hybrid Flow Shop (HFS), is a complex combinatorial problem encountered in many real world applications ... Scheduling problems are described with a triplet α|β|γ, where α describes a shop config-Without doubt, Branch and Bound (B&B) is the preferred technique when solving to optimality the HFS problem. ... Acknowledgements Rubén Ruiz is partially funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, under the projects "SMPA -Advanced Parallel Multiobjective Sequencing: Practical and Theorerical Advances ...doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2009.09.024 fatcat:g2rd6vfrsjdyxasfiwduf3hile
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