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An heuristic scheduling algorithm for resource-constrained project networks

by Stewart Iden Marsh

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


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17 Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Introduction Extending the Job Shop Model Extending the Project Model Heuristic Construction and Search Algorithms Construction Heuristics Neighborhood Search Improvement Schemes Selecting Priority Lists Stochastic Sequencing. For this fact, this paper investigates a resource-constrained multi-project scheduling problem with the objective of minimizing the contractor's maximal cash flow gap under the constraint of a project deadline and renewable resource. In the paper, we construct a non-linear integer programming optimization model for the studied problem at first.

[1] M. A. Al-Fawzana and Mohamed Haouari, A bi-objective model for robust resource-constrained project scheduling,, International Journal of Production Economics, 96 (), doi: / Google Scholar [2] Behzad Ashtiani, Roel Leus and Mir-Bahador Aryanezhad, New competitive results for the stochastic resource-constrained project Cited by: 1.   AbstractThe resource constraint project scheduling problem (RCPSP) has attracted growing attention since the last decades. Precedence constraints are considered as well as resources with limited capacities. During the project, the same resource can be required by several in-process jobs and it is compulsory to ensure that the consumptions do not exceed Cited by: 1.

A genetic algorithm for the preemptive and non-preemptive multi-mode resource-constrained project scheduling problem Vincent Van Peteghem (UGent) and Mario Vanhoucke (UGent) () European Journal of Operational Research. (2). p Ewa Ratajczak-Ropel Aleksander Skakovski Population-Based Approaches to the Resource Constrained presents the resource-constrained project scheduling models, and briefly reviews various algorithms and approaches proposed for to the Resource-Constrained and Discrete-Continuous Scheduling,,,.,.


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An heuristic scheduling algorithm for resource-constrained project networks by Stewart Iden Marsh Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper presents a genetic algorithm for solving the resource-constrained project scheduling problem. The innovative component of the algorithm is the use of a. Zhu D., Padman R. () Neural Networks for Heuristic Selection: An Application in Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling.

In: Nash S.G., Sofer A., Stewart W.R., Wasil E.A. (eds) The Impact of Emerging Technologies on Computer Science and Operations Research. Operations Research/Computer Science Interfaces Series, vol 4.

Springer, Boston, MACited by: 3. This paper considers a static resource constrained multi-project scheduling problem (RCMPSP) with two lateness objectives: project lateness and portfolio lateness.

To solve the RCMPSP, we have proposed an evolutionary local search heuristic that uses a variable neighborhood (ELSH-VN) by: 3. Grèze et al. [3] applied overlapping into resource-constrained project scheduling, and Berthaut et al.

[16] found a method to deal with time-cost tradeoff problem in resource-constrained project. AbstractA heuristic is presented for the resource-constrained project scheduling problem (RCPSP), based on maximizing the entropy of the project’s resource histogram. The proposed RCPSP algorithm m.

This paper considers the project scheduling problem with multiple constrained resources. Two classes of heuristic procedure, both making use of priority rules, are discussed: the parallel method, which generates just one schedule; and the sampling method, which generates a set of schedules using probabilistic techniques and selects the best schedule from this by: Analytic solutions to the limited-resource, project scheduling problem are infeasible at present for all but small projects; heuristic approaches seem most promising of useful results.

One such approach, described here, is a computer model capable of scheduling single or multiple projects within resource limits and other constraints commonly Cited by: Advances in Project Scheduling A volume in Studies in Production and Engineering Economics.

Book • time-cost tradeoff problems, scheduling project networks subject to resource constraints and time windows, and stochastic project networks and scheduling problems.

HEURISTIC ALGORITHMS FOR RESOURCE-CONSTRAINED PROJECT SCHEDULING: A. "A Time-Oriented Branch-and-Bound Algorithm for Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling with Generalised Precedence Constraints," Management Science, INFORMS, vol.

46(10), pagesOctober. Golenko-Ginzburg, Dimitri & Gonik, Aharon, Scheduling, or planning in a general perspective, is the backbone of project management; thus, the successful implementation of project scheduling is a key factor to projects’ success.

Due to its complexity and challenging nature, scheduling has become one of the most famous research topics within the operational research context, and it has been widely researched in practical Cited by: 1.

“A decomposition-based genetic algorithm for the resource-constrained project scheduling problem”, Operations Research,55, (with D. Debels). “An electromagnetism meta-heuristic for the nurse scheduling problem”, Journal of Heuristics,13, (with B. Cited by: 1. This paper is a review of three related books: Erik L.

Demeulemeester and Willy S. Herroelen, Project Scheduling, A Research Handbook, Kluwer,ISBNpp., $, € Ulrich Dorndorf, Project Scheduling with Time Windows—From Theory to Applications, Springer,ISBNpp., € Klaus Neumann, Christoph Schwindt Cited by: 9.

A heuristic genetic algorithm for multi-mode resource-constrained project scheduling problem is given because the requisition of constraints of using renewable and nonrenewable resource in practical engineering is taken into consideration.

Consumption of nonrenewable resource, weighted coefficient and the duration are combined, and objective function is constructed.

Aristide Mingozzi & Vittorio Maniezzo & Salvatore Ricciardelli & Lucio Bianco, "An Exact Algorithm for the Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem Based on a New Mathematical Formulation," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 44(5), pagesMay. Klein, Robert, ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Literaturverz.

[] - Description: XIII, Seiten: Diagramme: Contents: 1 Temporal Project Scheduling.- Minimum and maximum time lags.- Activity-on-node project networks.- Temporal project scheduling computations.- Orders in the set of activities.- 2 Resource-Constrained Project.

The resource-constrained project scheduling problem (RCPSP) is an extensively explored area. The existing RCPSP approaches tend to focus on single project scheduling problems without practical support to address the multiple project schedule coordination which involves constraints defined across projects.

This paper extends RCPSP by involving time and resource. The well-known resource-constrained project scheduling problem (RCPSP) schedules project activities within the precedence and renewable resource constraints while minimizing the.

“A decomposition-based genetic algorithm for the resource-constrained project scheduling problem”, Operations Research,55, (with D. Debels). “An electromagnetism meta-heuristic for the nurse scheduling problem”, Journal of Heuristics,13, (with B. Cited by:   4. Resource allocation and multi-project scheduling (R.L.

Daniels). Heuristic algorithms for resource-constrained project scheduling: a review and an empirical analysis (R. Alvarez-Valdés Olaguibel, J.M. Tamarit Goerlich). Constraint-satisfaction problems in project scheduling (G. Schmidt).

Edition: 1. The work addresses Multi-Mode Resource Constrained Multi-Project Scheduling Problem, (MMRCMPSP) by formulating a mathematical model that regards practical requirements of working systems.

The algorithm is made intelligent and flexible in order to adopt and shift among various defined heuristic rules under different objectives to function as a Author: Michael Völker, Taiba Zahid, Thorsten Schmidt. Example Resource constrained scheduling with nine activities. As an example of resource constrained scheduling, we shall re-examine the nine activity project discussed in Section To begin with, suppose that four workers and two pieces of equipment such as backhoes are available for the project.Criticality in Resource Constrained Networks J.

A. BOWERS information becomes available and fails to exploit the power of the simple resource constrained network as a project model. While this reluctance to use resources may have been A similar approach can be included within an extended resource scheduling algorithm, as.In project management, a schedule is a listing of a project's milestones, activities, and deliverables, usually with intended start and finish dates.

Those items are often estimated by other information included in the project schedule of resource allocation, budget, task duration, and linkages of dependencies and scheduled events.

A schedule is commonly used in the project .