Combining time and position dependent effects on a single machine subject to rate-modifying activities

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Rustogi, Kabir; Strusevich, Vitaly A.;
(2014)

We introduce a general model for single machine scheduling problems, in which the actual processing times of jobs are subject to a combination of positional and time-dependent effects, that are job-independent but additionally depend on certain activities that modify th... View more
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